I'd like to join.
I too will be aiming more for consistency rather than anything impressively arduous. As I'm disabled, and prone to injure or become overly exhausted easily, I have to keep my goals more in line with with what I can do reasonably without doing myself more harm than good.
250 days of:
- 20 minutes (or more) or either aerobic exercise, strength training, or both
- 20 minutes (or more) of verb conjugation practice
I chose 250 days because that more or less evens out to 5 days a week for the rest of 2021. There will be days where I will likely not manage to do one or both so I am giving myself some leeway there.
My main goal with the physical fitness part is to work on building up my strength, flexibility and stamina again. Back in Spring of 2019 I injured the ligaments in my knee and it took forever to heal. Since then it's been hard for me to get back to a routine of any physical activity, so I need to set the bar a little low for myself--if the current goal becomes too easy I'll change it later, but for now I want to just get into the routine. The types of exercise I like to do include walking, non-impact aerobics, barre exercises (although I use a chair), standing stretch and strengthening exercises and free weights. Mostly anything that's not high impact and that I can do standing--I have a bad hip and any sitting/floor exercises are painful or very uncomfortable for me.
For the verb conjugations, I will drill 2 or more verbs in French, Spanish, German or Russian, but written and orally, for at least 20 minutes, focusing on tenses appropriate for my level in that language.