2019: Balance

The theme last year was “movement,” and I think I made some pretty big moves. This year, I want to focus on balance. I let work eat my life (again), and I don’t make time for myself. I want to find a balance between mind, body, environment. Balance between my work, personal, and creative life.

In order to do this, I need to actually follow the plans I make. And I need to sort out my priorities: making time for the things and people I love while also staying true to responsibilities.

2019 is the year of feeling relaxed. No more feeling like I have to accomplish a thousand tasks before the sun sets. No more feeling like I am behind in a race I didn’t even sign up for. I want to feel satisfied, content. Less sad and angry.

Let in the love, the light, the opportunities, the balance. I am closing my door to negativity and hate towards myself, over trivial concerns or matters.

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How to make your goals into habits

How to make your goals into habits

We talk a lot about hard work and achieving goals. But there is a way for it to be easier and to become a better part of your life. By making your goals into habits. Some goals are designed to be put into a routine, such as eating healthier or exercising, and others require a bit more creativity to incorporate into our everyday. So how do we create a routine with our goals in mind and stick to it?


We must make our goals into habits.


The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg is a very good book to read if you want to learn about habits and how we can change them. The basic principle of the book is that habits are created through what Duhigg describes as the “habit loop.”

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How to Stick to Your Goals

So we went through the motions and have went from vague wants to achievable goals. We have a plan about what we want to do and how we are going to achieve these wants. But how do we stick to our goals?


Sometimes, we start strong and blow everything out of the park until we feel burnt out. This may cause us to lose that first spark of motivation to continue to complete a goal. That initial flicker of desire dwindling to mere smoke. Or maybe we can’t find that spark and have trouble starting at all.

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GYFT -Breaking down your goals

So you should have a basic idea of what your goals are. If you haven’t come up with your broad goals yet, go to my previous post about Getting Your Life Together. If you have already done all that, have your worksheet ready because we are going to begin breaking down our goals.

For this exercise, you will need the break it down worksheet. Okay, all ready?

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