Here we are in the third month of the year. Spring is coming soon!
(If you want to remind yourself of coming months’ topics or look at some general tips or resources for the year, go to the Hub Page here).
Alexandra Kuykendall said in her book Loving My Actual Life: An Experiment in Relishing What’s Right in Front of Me, “I will be intentional about my first few waking hours to see if it improves my attitude and productivity the rest of the day.”
The way we start our day can make a huge difference in how our day goes. And great mornings habits can really help us build a life of achieving our goals and dreams, as well.
Alexandra’s goals were: getting up before the others in her house, being fully dressed before 8:30 am, and streamlining her routines for breakfast prep and leaving the house. What will your goals be?
In the last two years after Clayton has been born, many of my mornings have been a blur, and it’s been more difficult to make time for the habits I want. But I do believe that now that Clayton is two years old, I should be able to make my mornings more predictable to some degree (I emphasize the word “should”). As you can see, this challenge is as good for me as it probably is for you.
Let’s get started!
Steps to Setting Your Goals for March:
So, start with going through the awareness questions below to think about what goals you’d like to set for February. Then, if you want more ideas, check out the possible ideas and resources below.
Finally, I’d love it if you’d write your goals in the comments below, if you want. (If you have any questions about all this, you can contact me here).
**I want to suggest that once you’ve thought of a few goals, bounce them off a good friend. Are they too hard? Too easy? Have you thought through what to do if a goal doesn’t seem to be working for you? How can you make this goal more fun?
Then feel free to add your goals below, if you like. 🙂