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kids had been giving me a run for my money in the sickness department may have
had something to do with it! Add in the start of homeschool after our very long homeschooling break and it
ended up being a busy week!
work on my goals. You know what
though? That is OK. 2016 is a full year, and just because I can
cram my goal making into a week doesn’t mean that I necessarily should.
talk about my big yearly goals in January, I tend to sit down and think about
goals at the beginning of each new season.
I love to think about goals. I
love to think about how I want my life to be, I love to dream. It is something I can easily spend hours
on. In fact, I think so much that I
often sabotage myself.
goals is important, not having the action steps to complete those goals is
mind. After having a new baby at the end
of 2014, I needed to be intentional about spending time with my older kids, about getting myself healthy again, to figuring out homeschooling with two kids and a
how I tick. I was being intentional with
my time, with figuring out life. It was
quite life changing actually, to know why I do certain things, why I think a
certain way. If you haven’t taken this e-course, I definitely recommend it. And January is a perfect time to start!
2016 even better? Not to say that 2015
was without challenges, obviously there were challenges.
Google to see what I could come up with.
One of the first quotes that I saw:
quote was the first one that popped out at me.
goals. Even at the beginning of this
post I talked about my love for thinking. But, no matter how intentional I was this
last year, I realized that I needed to be the one to also take action.
certain things, they will not get done.
I do not have a magic cleaning fairy at my home that will keep everything in order
(if you do, could you please loan her to me for a couple of days?!). If I don’t schedule time for self-care, I don’t
take care of myself.
disaster. I have so many things running through
my head that I want to change, I always do.
But, narrowing those things down and making them into concrete goals
with action steps is going to be a priority for me this year.
goals for the year. I have already
shared a few home goals that I have, as well as some crafting goals as
well. I am still working on my book list
for 2016, and my personal goals. I hope
to share those soon.
is a perfect word to go with my theme of the year – organize my life. Clearly
that theme will take a lot of action on my part, and I hope that you are going
to jump in with me and enjoy the ride.
word for the year? Are you slow to set
goals for the year, or were you finished on December 31st?