This year I have decided to get more serious about my blogging! I want to start this year with a couple of goals. 2018: Writing every day, reading my scriptures every day and some kind of physical activity four to five days week. Writing is one of them! I felt like website renovation was in order to help motivate me – something refreshing! What do you think??
I do believe in setting goals, creating a plan, and working towards something you decided on! I like the idea of being intentional, taking the initiative, being disciplined and focused on having a theme to your intentions.
I’ve always tried to devote beginning of the year to establish a plan for myself. Sometimes it has been a written goal and steps, other times it has really been mapping out my on the calendar! One year I really focused and worked on writing a personal mission statement for life. And several years it was simply setting I word for the year! I encouraged my husband and kiddos to do the same and we made our collection of words into sign I could hang on the wall. Above are two we did.
A few times I have made vision boards. One year I made a three-dimensional vision board and glued all kinds of interesting things together that were symbolic of my goals, plans and ideas I had for myself. I think it was probably my favorite goal setting tool! I still look at it today and it is still motivating me.
This past year I couldn’t really settle on anything except this statement kept re-appearing throughout my year so I made this tiny 1″ token to carry with me and remind me off all the many things I had set my sights on.
I am still working on all different goals I have set all these years. I am a work in progress!
I’m still trying to decide what to do this year. What would my word be? Maybe this year it will be A motto or a phrase…
“The best is yet to come.”
“Without the challenge, there wouldn’t be change!”
“Get it done”
I am still thinking about what it will be! I’d really like to do a vision board again but I do like changing it up. Hmmm….
What goals have you set for yourself this year? how do you write them? track them? remember them??