These are the five most important goals for Paige Spiranac in the coming year.
These are the five most important goals for Paige Spiranac in the coming year.

Today, Paige Spiranac, a golf teacher, wrote about some of her goals for the coming year on her Instagram story. The 30-year-old wants to focus on getting better at her game and some of the things she does for her health in 2024.

This is how she broke it down:

1) Game of golf

“In golf, I want to be a plus handicap again. Right now I’m about a scratch, so I want to get a little better,” Spiranac said. “I’ll be giving you helpful hints on how to do better on Instagram.”

2) Find new things to do

Spiranac said, “I want to read more.” This year, Spiranac wants to read more often. In November, she and her sister Lexie Mitchell published a children’s book called Hattie Goes Golfing.

3) Improve communication

Talk to each other more: “I want to text back faster,” she said. “I should be able to respond faster to texts when people send them, but it takes me a while to do so. I can do better, and I want to do better.”

4) Making content

“When it comes to posting, I just want to post more,” Spiranac said. “Sometimes I sent out what I thought would work and what seemed like the perfect post. I don’t want to do that anymore.”

5)  Fitness 

Work out: “I want to get in shape and do things that make me feel good about my body and skin,” she said.

In her Q&A-style story, Spiranac not only talked about her own goals, she also asked her 3.9 million fans to talk about their own New Year’s resolutions and goals for 2024.

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