I’ve always been a big believer in setting goals, I love having something positive to focus my time and energy on. The only thing which I need to remind myself when setting goals, is to not be so hard on myself when something doesn’t go as planned. Sometimes we don’t achieve the goal we set out to achieve, but by trying we grow in other ways.
In this post I’m going to share my goals for March 2020. P.S I’m using the Positivity Planner to stay on track with my monthly goals. You can grab your copy here.
In 2020 I’m going to focus on monthly goals:
- Plan: Focus on what’s important
- Goals: Set goals at the start of every month
- Vision: Be creative and visualise the month ahead
- Habits: Use a habit tracker to stay on track
- Bucket list: Create a collection of monthly dreams
- Reflect: Pause and reflect at the end of each month
If you want to join me and set yourself monthly goals, create monthly plans and blossom into the person you want to be. Then pick up your copy of the Positivity Planner here.
Focus goal: Publish my second planner, the Plant Planner. I’ve already started creating the planner and I need to give myself a deadline to get it finished at published.
Well-being: Worry less and don’t compare my journey with others.
Happiness: Lots of family time and wedding celebrations with my brother and sister in-law-to-be
More:More time outside now that Spring is round the corner.
Less: I’m not a vegetarian but I would to eat less meat.
Creating a monthly vision board is a great way to visualise your goals and get an extra boost of motivation. My vision board closely reflects my planning notes above. If you’re not keen on drawing, then you can you can fill your vision board up with inspiring words and quotes or stick in images from magazines or from Pinterest.
Creating new habits for yourself can introduce more positivity into your day-to-day and a great way to keep track of your habits is by using a habit tracker.
- Workout four times a week
- Listen to something positive every morning
Most bucket lists are created at the start of a New Year, but most bucket lists get forgotten about. That’s why I encourage you to write a monthly bucket list. A monthly list means you’re more likely to achieve everything on your list, it also means you will include smaller goals that you want to achieve. Here is my bucket list for February.
- Take a photo under the cherry blossoms
- Hen do for sister in law to-be
- Brothers wedding
- Bake a cake
- Run 5k
- Spend a day gardening
- Publish my second planner
- Date night with Ash
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Are you going to join my monthly personal growth and goal setting updates? Comment below with what your focus/goal is this month?