Well, we’re now into a new year and that means a new start. It’s a time when a lot of us think about setting goals and forming new habits but that can be a bit difficult without knowing what we need to work on and what we did well in the past year. In this week’s round-up we look at why and how you should perform a yearly review*, a brief history of resolutions and how you can slay your goals.
A Morning Routine To Clear Your Head – Treehugger
A New Year means a New Start and what better way to kick it off on the right foot with a great morning habit. I’m not talking about getting up at 5am to go to the gym! No, it’s the simple task of writing a few pages each morning before you get off to work – apparently it’s a complete game changer!
An Annual Review – Daily PlanIt
An annual review can be a great way to look back at what went well over the past year and what you need to improve upon. The Daily PlanIt has a whole bunch of metrics they look at and you’re sure to find inspiration from this post.
How To Do A Personal End-Of-Year Review – Becoming Who You Are
If you’re not sure where to start with your personal end of year review then Becoming Who You Are have a great step-by-step guide for working through the review – what you should be looking at, and how you should review it. It’s a must read before you start your review
If one of your goals for 2019 is to save some money then the Daily Mirror has a nice little reminder of the 52 week savings challenge. You can also check out my article here and download a couple of fun printables.
The Easy $1000 Savings Goal SheetDo you want to save for the holiday of a lifetime? Perhaps you want to add to your home purchase deposit or just have a rainy day fund. If you do then try our easy $1000 saver download where you chose how much you're going to save each week.
A5 & Happy Planner 365 Penny Saver TrackerIf you're looking for a simple and effective way to save money then you can't go far wrong with the 365 penny saver. The premise behind it is that you put 1 penny in on day 1 of the year, 2 pennies on day 2 and so-on until the last day of the year when you put 365 pennies in. At the end of the year you'll have ended up saving 667.95!
52 Week Money Challenge: Save For A Better Year! – Household Management 101
As well as the Daily Mirror article and our downloads, Household Management 101 has a great post on the 52 week money challenge and a differently formatted printable for you to keep track of your savings.
It’s all well and good to set some goals (or resolutions) but you need a way to track them. the TimeCamp blog has some great apps to help you track your goals – or if you prefer paper then check out our 12 monthly habit tracker over at ProductivityDirect.
A Brief History Of New Year’s Resolutions – Flipping Heck!
Why do we make resolution at New Year and not, say, on our birthday? in this article we take a quick look at the history of our New Year goal making
How To Form Habits And Set Goals – Flipping Heck!
In order to keep up with your resolutions and goals there are some things that you need to put in place to make sure you keep them. In this article we look at how you can for habits and set your goals so you can be successful
The 9 P’s To Form A Perfect Habit – Flipping Heck!
Want to make sure you can keep up a habit? We’ve boiled it down to 9 P’s you need to perform in order to perfect your habit.
If you’re still struggling to set and keep your goals then perhaps you need a little bit of help? We’ve partnered with Nadalie Bardo of It’s All You Boo to help get you on track with the fantastic Slay Your Goals Planner*.
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Have A Great Weekend
Until next week, Stay Productive!
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