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My 2021 Goals

The New Year means New Goals!


While everyone is busy making their resolutions, I like to make my New Year's Goals. For me, the term "goals" is much more motivational as it suggests that I do not need to change myself, but rather strive for something new and better for myself. To me, it means that the thing I need to achieve my goals is already within me, I just need to set the goal and create the plan to achieve it.


Each year I like to set various goals for myself in a few different areas of my life. The goals must be SMART. Meaning they are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Time Measured. You can learn more about SMART goals on my December 28th blog!


Career Goals:

  • Finish my Book's Revisions.

  • Build out my Events Site Pages.

  • Create my Events eBook.

Love + Romance Goals:

  • Have an Unplugged (from work) Honeymoon.

  • Do at least 24 of the 48 Date Ideas.

Self-Development Goals:

  • Do Three 3-Week Alcohol Cleanses.

  • Read 2 Non-Fiction / Self-Development Books.

  • Complete Two 10-Day Gallon a Day Challenges.

Fitness Goals:

  • Reach my Goal Size by May 15th.

  • Stretch Every Day.

Financial Goals:

  • Hit my Savings Goal.

  • File my 2020 Taxes Early.

I will do a progress report or two throughout the year to discuss my progress and how my goals have changed or haven't changed as the year progresses. It's important to keep in mind that just because you have a goal today, doesn't mean you'll have that same goal a year from now. Life happens and things change. That's ok.


The most important thing is that you are moving forward and creating new goals where you see fit. Growth is healthy, it just might not always look the way you originally thought.