In thinking about the start of 2011 and researching this article, I’ve come across a TON of posts by other geocachers talking about their geocaching goals for the year.
How cool is that!
In a world (economy?) where many people focus day-to-day and can barely contemplate the future, here are intrepid geocachers that have the guts to look at what they did in 2010 and set goals for 2011.
(In case you can’t tell, I’m really big on setting goals. I wish goal setting was a mandatory class in every school at every grade level. For some of MY goals for 2011, check out yesterday’s post on TheOutdoorPrincess.com)
One of our goals this year is to finish this series of caches and find the Crystal Dragon…
Writing a post to review my geocaching exploits in 2010 inevitably got me to thinking about what I would like to accomplish in 2011. Despite much of my last post being about numbers and badges and the tangible signs of all that activity, my more important goals going forward really wouldn’t be driven primarily by numbers or quantity. Mainly I just want to continue to have fun…
I have logged 351 finds and several states of the last couple years. In 2011 lets set the goal for making my 500th find and adding at least 3 more states to my logged finds map!
Forget Year of the Rabbit; for me, 2011 will be year of the geo-goal.
The year 2010 was interesting for me in regard to geocaching. When looking at just numbers and things like that, I took a step backward with the game. I had set many goals, which I didn’t reach each one.
Readers Weigh In:
- What are your caching goals for the coming year? If you’ve written a post about it, be sure to include a link in your comment so we can all check it out.
(Um, I’ll take a look at the whole blog to make sure it’s family friendly, of course!)