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Self-Care: Set Goals Every Day

It’s that time of year when people go crazy over setting goals and resolutions. You know: I want to lose weight, or I want to be a millionaire… whatever the heck it is. It is not feasible. The thing is that you should be setting goals every single day; it helps you be a better person and make you happy.

For the longest time, I wasn’t doing this… it caused me not to know what I was even doing with my life and have issues with my marriage, business, son, etc. Your goals every day can be something as simple as ‘doing yoga.’ I mean, all you really need is something simple.

Here are some ways to change yourself.

I recently listened to a podcast, and it said to do one new thing each day or one different thing per day. This advice caused me to realize we are habitual people. Meaning we like schedules and habits, but let’s just be realistic. If you take a different route each morning or do something different, something new could happen.

Here’s the thing, I never believed or cared about resolutions. How can you expect something to last a year long?? That seems nearly impossible. Think about how busy you are. You are going to skip parts. It is really tough to keep a goal. This reason is why I set goals daily.

I am sure that you have heard by now, that a new year calls for a word of the year as well. I do tend to pick a word for the year and have for 2019, but I also like to do affirmations every day. Look in the mirror and let yourself be powerful and positive; you are self-worthy.

How about we set a goal every day? That seems simple enough, right? I challenge you to start now.


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  1. I love it!! I’ve recently started leaving affirmations on my mirrors at home, and I’ve found that I need to switch them out every couple of weeks to keep them fresh and meaningful. Thank you for this encouragement.

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