Do you ever wonder why your New Year resolutions fail? Learn the secret to turning a goal into a habit and how to develop and use this critical life skill. I share how I’m transitioning my 2018 goals into 2019 and everything I’ve learned along the way.
Happy 2019 everyone! And with a New Year means New Year Goals. I know this topic can be very polarizing. Some people love them; some people think they are just another way to get your hopes high, only to have to face disappointment. And while I think there’s definitely a method to goal setting, I
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2018 has literally flown by for me! In good and bad ways but I seriously don’t know where the time went! And as the year finishes up, I’m revisiting my 2018 year goals. More than that, I’m going to be grading myself on the effort I put into these goals, not the results.
With the holidays just around the corner, life can get super busy. But for me, it seems like this weird juxtaposition of the busy holiday season and then lazy dead days for that time in-between Christmas and the New Year. If you want to get a head start on plans for that time of the
With the New Year quickly approaching, it can feel completely overwhelming to try to prepare for the holidays, while simultaneously set yourself up for the New Year. So instead of lying to myself I’m breaking it down to mini-tasks that will help me get a head start without taking away from holiday fun.
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This is a new series I will be starting on MLA about my personal development through my blogging journey. I am not one to start blog about blogging but one of my favourite bloggers, Sam Brown from Smart Twenties, talks about how blogging can be used as a tool for personal development – and I completely agree. Like any other new experience, it’s something that will change and evolve, and help me grow as a blogger and person.