It’s the new year and time to start building new habits. Everyone talks about all of the resolutions they are making but most people can’t stick to their goals because they don’t have a plan. The other problem people run into is setting unrealistic goals that aren’t plausible. Many people end up not making their goal, or giving up because it’s too hard to tackle their giant goals they set for themselves. Why set goals you can’t accomplish?
How to set better goals
Setting goals in the right way are super important. Setting monthly or weekly goals are easier to keep up with they a yearly goal. A good example is instead of saying you want to read more books is to make an obtainable goal of reading 1 book a week. It breaks down your goal into smaller chunks and gives you an actual plan. My other favorite thing to help me obtain my goal is to plan out the month in my planner. Write my goals down and some days helps me stay on track. I also like to have a way to check them off. Nothing is more satisfying
Some goals I have
Goals I have made for myself are writing a blog post a week, drink 80 oz of water a day, do whole 30 for at least 30 days, do yoga at least once