I hope you’re having a great Friday, I’m sorry I didn’t post yesterday. Like always, I don’t have an excuse. I promise I’ll try to be more consistent with the posts, it’s just a little difficult at the moment with exams, but I’ll be all done by next Thursday, and then you’ll have my undivided attention (Or at least some of it ;)).
I wanted to talk a little today about goal setting, because sometimes it’s the obvious simple stuff that can help us the most. If you’re anything like me, then you’ll have a seemingly never-ending list of things you wanna do and goals you’d like to achieve. But how often is it that you review your goals? Are they appropriate for where you’re at right now? Or even achievable?
For example, I’ve always liked the idea of becoming a writer, and that was a life goal for me to one day become. I mean how do you even achieve that? Technically constructing a text to my mum makes me a writer. I now understand that goals need to have some kind of metric, a way of determining how far away from achieving that goal you are. And how far you’ve come!
Goals are great, goals help you maintain momentum. They can also make you feel like shit though, so if you don’t achieve your goals, don’t beat yourself up about it.