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Hey everyone! Wow! Another year is upon us and it’s a wonderful time to reflect on the previous year as well as figure out what big goals and accomplishments are waiting for you just around the corner. Making New Year’s Resolutions doesn’t have to be hard. There’s no right or wrong way to do it, but when you can stick to them the entire year (I know, it’s harder than it sounds!), that’s when it’s truly rewarding!
People make all kinds of resolutions each year, to get healthier, to make more money, to try something new, to quit smoking, etc. We’ve heard them all before. But when you really take the time to reflect on your life and where you want to me, you’ll understand that each New Year is a gift and another chance to get it right.
I hope 2015 left you with happiness and I hope that 2016 will bring you something your heart truly desires!
For me personally, 2015 was a really great year with a ton of adventure and change, lots of laughs, and a bit of sadness, specifically losing my sweet cat just before Christmas. When I look to the coming year, I see things coming together and falling into place. I feel like 2015 brought us many changes and adjustments and put us through experiences that will prepare us for what lies ahead and from what I’ve seen so far, it’s going to be big!
I want to help you make your goals a reality as well! Each year, I put together a New Year’s Resolution Planning Workshop and this year I’ve added even more to it. My 2016 New Year’s Resolution planner includes 22 printable pages filled with worksheets that cover 10 core areas of your life. Use them all or the ones that apply to the season of life you are in right now! I think it’s so important to put pen to paper and really make your goals known. It’s also important to find an accountability partner so that you can help each other achieve the goals that are so important to you and your future. You will likely hit a couple bumps in the road, but I hope you keep going. You are strong and capable of more than you realize.
Feel free to use this kit in your planners, create a special binder, hang it on your refrigerator or vision board so you see them daily, or whatever else inspires you. I’d love to see what you come up with and what goals you are working on so we can encourage each other!
I will be sharing some of mine later this week…..