As you may know I set a fiction reading goal this year. I’m also excited to be working toward a healthier more active lifestyle. These goals are personal to me and support my well-being. By choosing goals that are personally realistic and of interest to me (bring me joy) I allow myself to focus on accountability and by tracking my progress, I can focus on incorporating a little more to each goal as time allows and I feel comfortable.
The rule with goals is…there are no set rules. Sure, there are the basic steps, but goals are just as unique as the individuals setting them.
Even if a million other people set reading goals the process and reason could be entirely different for each. The start date and dedicated time are most likely different. For some January 1 is a great energetic day to begin a new goal, but if you have a job or other responsibilities that are hectic during that time then it might seem like the worst date to start. Dedicating time in the morning my work for you or a long lunch or before bed.
- Help you accomplish or incorporate something into your life that brings you joy
- Create happiness
- Balance your responsibilities, self-care and personal growth
- Bring you closer to a bigger goal
- Support your overall wellbeing
Focus on a personal goal:
- Start by defining a goal or a positive habit that you know will bring you happiness and encourage a positive well-being
- Dedicate time daily that works with your unique schedule
- Celebrate progress and adapt as needed
What does your goal-setting look like? How do your goals encourage positive wellness?
Also, I’m excited to announce that my goal focused journal planner is now complete & available in small batch printing!!! This planner even has a section to record your weekly recap, current read and daily focus (wellbeing, spirit, etc.)! My excitement about seeing a completed goal in print form is beyond measure and my gratitude to all of those encouraging me and supporting me extends to all visiting my sites! The planner is currently 25% off.
I’m working on setting the date for my first goal-setting small group workshop!!! More on that soon!
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