Am I the only one that needs to stop procrastinating and do those small annoying tasks, like vacuuming the car, that takes only ten minutes yet you put them off for months?
Right, okay. Glad I’m not alone there. This reminds me of a book I read several years ago, The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin. Why wait months with the hallway in the dark instead of changing the broken lightbulb? Just do it! I’ll have to re-read the book, it’s been so long and I think I’d appreciate it a lot more now.
Today we are breaking up my bimonthly goals into my week two goals for the year. If you missed my previous posts, read my Jan/Feb goals and my New Year’s Resolutions that they contribute to.
Guys, we can now break-in our 2018 planners! Do you know how pumped I am to use my new agenda? What planner are you using this year?
Since we’ve already talked about my New Year’s Resolutions and the bimonthly goals for January and February that are going to contribute to them, let’s break those monthly goals down into what I’m going to accomplish this week. Most of these goals contribute to the whole, along with a few small to-dos.
Yes, I like to get that detailed. How else do you complete goals without first breaking them into smaller steps?
Let me know how you are tackling your goals this week in the comments.
For the first week of January, I will…
Are you there Judy? It’s me Rebecca and I just bought your $90 Master Class with 5+ hours of material I’m really excited to listen and learn from… Not the best title in the world, but I’m over the moon for Judy Blume and now she’s my teacher!
Okay, Rebecca, breathe a little.
Hi everyone, this marks our first-ever bimonthly goals session where I go through my New Year’s Resolutions and take some action to-dos for the first two months of the year.
It’s all about those baby steps.
Remember, what you do every day matters more than what you do every once in awhile.
So let’s break some of these goals down.
Hi! Long time. And it’s been a long time since I’ve posted for many reasons. One of those reasons: I’m proud to share that I’ve written two drafts of a book this year! I’m ecstatic to explore that area of my career and so much more in 2018 through my goal action plans. Simply changing the way I viewed my goals completely altered how likely I was to succeed.
The goals I have for 2018 are ambitious and exciting. I know the beauty of small actions and daily habits will get me there. They are New Year’s Resolutions, but I think that term is given a bad rep. I like to focus on them as action items to make my life better, broken down into monthly and weekly to-dos.
How to keep your new year’s resolutions (for real this time)
Here is what I plan to accomplish in 2018 through daily actions.