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Reaching Back to Look Forward

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

I know that the changeover at midnight tomorrow night into January 1st is technically arbitrary. You might not be a New Year's Resolution type person, and I totally get that. I definitely feel like it's always more likely for you to truly achieve a goal when you're intrinsically motivated to change instead of creating a goal just because you had to get a new wall calendar.

I still like celebrating New Year's with optimism, goals, and manifesting progress and transformation for myself and my life. The act of getting a new happy journal and writing down all my goals and to do lists in a new planner is really cathartic and stimulating. It also really helps to go through the past year and think about all the things I was able to do and things I didn't get to.

Questions to ask yourself about 2015:

1) What did I get to do this year?
2) What did I accomplish on my goal list?
3) What did I accomplish that I didn't even know I wanted to do?
4) What did I not get to do this year?
5) Why didn't I get to do those things? Did my priorities change?
6) What do I regret? How can I change that in 2016?
7) What did I learn this year?
8) What do I want to accomplish in 2016?
What's on your list?!?!?!?!?
Pray that your Christmas was merry and bright and let's make 2016 our New Year emoticon
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