Yay for one month down in 2018! Lots happened but I’ll be honest. More happened internally as I’ve started working with my life coach, Diana! I’m writing a ton about it and hoping to share more soon! Until then, here’s some progress on January and goals for February! JANUARY GOALS RECAP 1. Finish reading Soul Keeping. DONE. Definitely a favorite. 2. Make a habit of consistent daily redundant. YES!! I was a little surprised how easy this was but I
I shared my big goals for 2018 earlier this month and wanted to share with y’all the first steps I’m taking to tackle them. Here they are below!! 🙂 JANUARY GOALS 1. Finish reading Soul Keeping 2. Make a habit of consistent daily Bible reading 3. Map out my 2018 work rhythms 4. Create playlists for different moods 5. Find a place to stay in Charleston 6. Get shoes. Looking for neutral with good arch supports. Got a rec? 7.
There’s a discouraging side to goals. We spend a few days or even weeks thinking about the person we want to be and things we want to do. It’s really exciting. It’s exciting to picture ourselves making better food choices or putting down our phone. It’s exciting to think about making more money in the job we love or putting our spouse first. But then, when we step back….we realize where we actually are. The starting point. I’m here to
Book nerds everywhere are likely grabbing a pen and way too excited to see a list of books to add to their already too-long list. I know I do the same thing when I see a list so no shame. The list of books I actually read compared to my list for each year are embarrassingly different but I still love to share because these are the books piquing my interest right now that you might like too! Also, this
I’m planning to share a bit more about how I pick my goals in Insta-stories today but for now, here are my actual goals for 2018! And there is a little gift for you at the end of the post! 🙂 1. Prioritize the care of my soul over accomplishments. This is in line with my word for the year. I want to be less focused on doing. To speak candidly, we’ve had our most successful year in business and