Making a list and checking it twice

"No trumpets sound when the important decisions of our life are made. Destiny is made known silently." - Agnes De Mille

It's the end of the year. A natural time for review. It's around this time of year that I start checking my goal lists from last year. And I make new lists for the coming year.
A couple of nights ago I looked through my goals from last year. Last year my goals weren't as quantifiable as I usually make them. I guess they were more about attitude and approach. But they were big, brave and bold for me at the time. And I'm proud to say I think I met them. Every one of them! That was a surprise. So yay for me.
I have only 5 main goals for the coming year. They are simple, straight-forward and quantifiable. I like this. I'm trying to de-clutter my to-do list in the coming year so that the things closest to my heart can find focus.

How do you keep track of your goals? Do you make lists? Make notecards?
Please tell me you have a dream journal. I love hearing about people's dream journals (I mean the kind where you plan and dream big -- not the kind where you record your sleep musings, although those are interesting too).
"Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you'll land among the stars." - Brian Littrell