2019 is a new year and now that all the parties and hoopla are over, it’s time to choose what kind of year it’s going to be for you. When setting resolutions, you should make them challenging but attainable. Mine include finishing two books this year.
My first book in the Echo Village Series, “Emma’s Heart”, premiered in December. https://amzn.to/2VltYQS
Questions to ask yourself are:
What do I want to change this year? Set small, achievable daily challenges. Remember that you are doing these things because you want to.
What resolutions will help me stick to my goals and keep me on track? Set daily, weekly, and monthly targets. Get the tools that you need to be successful ie. books, videos, a gym membership, taking a class. etc. My goals involve: cooking, lifestyle, and writing goals.
I am a big fan of Chip & Joanna Gaines, and the newest Cookbook has my attention.
Magnolia Table: A Collection of Recipes for Gathering https://amzn.to/2AsM6j0
I am inspired by Gundi Gabrielle and plan on reading all of her books, but I’m starting this year with. ‘You Started a Blog – Now What….?: 6 Steps to Growing an Audience, Writing Viral Blog Posts & Monetizing your Blog’ https://amzn.to/2GQ56O0
Have signage. I know that may sound silly, but little reminders, things that make you smile, will encourage you and help you on your way. It can be a planner, a wall calendar, a framed favorite quote. Just make sure that it’s something that will help you stay motivated every day. I use a planner and I love heather stillufsen’s women’s everyday art.
I hope that we all have a wonderful new year.