The start of a new year means everyone decides they need to get fit, get healthy, get a new job, and do everything they’ve always wanted to do. But having so many resolutions at once usually means that it’s nearly impossible to complete or achieve all of them. So why do we wait until the new year to do all of these things? Everyday is a new chance to get closer to your goals.
At the beginning of every day/week/month I write a list of what I want to do and what I want to achieve. Some things are long term goals, and others are simple things I can tick off my to-do list. It keeps me on track and reminds me what I’m aiming for. And if I fall off track, that’s okay. If you want to eat healthier, but not-so-accidently eat a whole packet of biscuits, don’t beat yourself up. Tomorrow is a new day, and it’s a new chance to try again and to try harder.
It can be really overwhelming at the start of the year if you give yourself 10 goals you want to reach. It’s easy to stay motivated for a few weeks, but after a while it’s even easier to slip back to the way things were before. Everyday is a new beginning and a new chance to be the person you want to be. So, don’t wait until January 1st of every year to set your goals and to aim high. Aim high every day, set goals every day and try hard every day.
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