Goals not resolutions for 2015 –

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Each year we all (well most of us) can get swept up in the whole ‘New Year’s Resolution’ scenario. Each year I make a list of all the things I want to change about my lifestyle without necessarily thinking about HOW I want to or plan to make these changes. So this year I thought I would take a different approach and think about what my GOALS for 2015 are. Not how I want to change but what do I want to achieve and how I can go about this.

I was recently fortunate enough to participate in Jumpstart 2015 – a course run by the fantastic Christina Greve. If you aren’t familiar with Christina you should check out her website here her photography and website is beautiful and I could look at it all day. The Jumpstart 2015 course was full of inspiring tips on how to close the gap between where you are today vs. where you want to be by the end of the year. Over the course I learnt a lot about myself and want I want to achieve in 2015.

The most important thing I think I have learned from this course was that you need to make plans on how to implement changes or get to where you want to be. Changes are not going to just happen, but you need to make them happen.

‘A JOURNEY OF 10,000 MILES STARTS WITH ONE SMALL STEP’

What do you think of goals instead of resolutions? Do you think you would be more successful in creating change if you changed your approach? I have not shared my goals as I am still working on them but I will comeback to this post in the Spring and let you know how I am getting on.

 

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2 Responses to Goals not resolutions for 2015 –

  1. Honest Mum says:

    What an incredible course, love the photography on her site too. Sounds like the perfect foundation to an active 2015! Well done you, all there for the taking! Thanks for linking up to #brilliantblogposts x

  2. I think setting goals is a much better idea. I feel a lot more in control if I am working towards something and like you say it’s so easy to make a resolution with no idea how to keep it.
    Great post, thanks for sharing xx

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