I know I’m not the only one who is ready to put 2020 in the past! What a whirlwind this year has been! From the tragic death of Kobe & Gianna Bryant (along with the other passengers/pilot in the helicopter) to the global pandemic, it’s time to turn over a new leaf.
Set (realistic) goals for yourself.
Whether this be a simple diet goal or financial goal, don’t stretch so far you can’t reach your goal. One thing I’m going to change is taking my vitamins everyday. This is a small, easy, accomplishable task – all I have to do is remember to do it. Another thing I’m going to push myself to do is drink Ningxia Red everyday. Ningxia Red is a wolfberry juice drink that contains loads of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals!
I plan on saving more of my paychecks this upcoming year, as well as keeping my home as toxic free as possible.
Developing Healthy Habits
When setting realistic goals for yourself, you set yourself up for success. You’re more likely to succeed when you’re not feeling like a failure!
Learn to motivate YOURSELF.
Developing a new healthy habit? You have to want it.
Treat Yourself More.
You matter too! My goal for this year is to replenish my closet! Amazon has been a go-to for me! You can always snag super cute clothes at a discount from T.J. Maxx/Marshall’s without the hefty mall price tags! Treat yourself, but do it right!
Focus on what is important to you!
The best way to hit the ground running is by focusing on what is important to you! Your values, your beliefs, your wishes, your goals; it’s all yours! Stop worrying about what others think of you! Those Instagram perfect influencers are only displaying their absolute best of times – you never know what goes on behind the scenes! Radiate your own personal success!
Adapt/Change your goals!
It’s January – realistically your goals may change by April, and again in September, and again in November. This is good! Positive growth! If you’ve set a realistic goal for yourself, this likely means you’ve achieved it! You may have started the year with a goal of saving $1000 a paycheck, but after a major bonus have decided to save $1500 a paycheck, you’re still meeting your goal!