Let’s talk a bit more about lists and goals. Today’s task encompasses so much.
Lists are lovely and goals are great. Goals guide you further than lists do.
I set goals for my personal life and my professional life and my website life and my reading life. I had the goal to read 100 books this year and putting it in writing with my reading plan has helped hold me accountable.
I made a list of 30 things before I’m 30. I have another 8 months and I am slowly checking things off this list of goals.
I have many personal goals, some that I write down and some that remain in my mind. Goals motivate me.
I try to set goals that challenge me but that are still attainable. Some goals stretch me more than others but that is the point of goals.
What are some of your goals? Do tell!
Do you want to pay off your debt? Are you trying to make a new craft / recipe? Do you want to save a certain amount to do a certain something?
Today, take some time to put some of your goals in writing. Maybe your goals are for this week or next month, or maybe they are for next year. Whatever the case, write them down and start working towards your goals.
I know you can do it!
For the rest of the days in my 31 Days to Joyfully Thrive series, you can read those articles here.