Well I'm back on the forum after a frustrating couple of years of coach and rink changes... but I think I am back on track as of December so how better to celebrate than with resolutions for the year
The last (only) time I set resolutions, for 2013, I set the bar too high and I think that was the start of my frustrations, so this year I'm aiming to be more realistic.
1. Test the gold skills. I've been working on them for a few months, and while they're difficult, I am on the right track so I think taking the test by December is a fair goal. If I pass the test by then, all the better, but if I can at least reach a point where I'm ready to try it, I will try to be satisfied, given my limited ice time.
2. Finish the junior silver dances. Then I will re-evaluate if I want to stick with dance or go back to freestyle.
Shooting for the stars:
1. Pass the gold skills. That is my ultimate goal at the moment, everything else comes second.
2. Pass one senior silver dance OR get my freestyle skills back up to where they were before I stopped 4 years ago. Either is acceptable at this point, but neither is likely to happen until the skills are done
Here's to a year of happiness in skating!