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  1. Sally Hill says:

    Good goals and advice – best of luck with them! I don’t really make new year resolutions – I prefer to make goals as and when I realise I need to do something.

  2. Thanks so much for your post. Self-worth is so important to understand and set. I have personally seen that once you are clear on this so many doors open up!

  3. These are all such great tips on staying motivated this year! Good luck with your goals and resolutions in 2019!

  4. These are such good tips! I love that you suggested small, concrete steps to make goals more achievable.

    I loved learning about your goals for 2019. You’ve got this!!

  5. I don’t make resolutions but I would have to make them within reason, I do want to keep up physically and bring my blog numbers up.

  6. No resolutions here but I am still working on some of the long term goals I set back in 2017 and 2018. Wish my luck. So far I’m making pretty good progress.

  7. We make and plan goals. There is a workable plan and when we accomplish it we move on to another one

  8. I always try to have goals, but I don’t freak out if I don’t make them. I don’t want to stress. Good luck with your goals!

  9. I think many people set their goals/expectations too high, then quit when they didn’t achieve the goal. These are great tips!

  10. I love your goals for 2019. I would love to work on reading more this year. I’ve really struggled with my reading goals these last couple of years.

  11. I only made a dew resolutions this year. I think they are pretty attainable. The biggest one I have is to find a way to earn more money without using a lot more time in my day!

  12. These tips are very helpful. Keeping a promise for a month is great because it gives time for it to become a habit. Love it. Thanks for sharing this with us!

  13. I’m not a huge fan of New Year Resolutions, but I love your ideas. I try to live one day at a time and make goals that are achievable.

  14. I love the personal tough you gave to this post by listing some of your own resolutions for this year! I would love to see a post about your experience at a blogging network event in the future.

  15. So important to set realistic goals! I need to get around to making my New Year’s resolutions. I definitely need to get more organized and focus on certain tasks. I hope you have a wonderful 2019!

  16. These are great goals! I loved learning about what you are working on especially with your business!

  17. I love the idea of focusing on your resolutions for a month. That seems so much more manageable that a full year!

  18. I like the idea of making the goal attainable. It is really common for people to set goals this time of year that only set themselves up for failure. I have set a reading resolution for myself and so far it is going really good but I do have a lot of time and a lot of books still, although I have confidence.

  19. I think making the goal attainable is the most important thing. I do goals versus resolutions. With goals, you have a whole year to achieve something. With resolutions, it’s easy to mess up and say “forget it” by the end of January. 😀

  20. Gervin Khan says:

    This is such a great post and a very good motivation article indeed. As we all know every new year comes a resolutions that we promise to our self but keeping it and doing it without doubt is the hardest thing to do.

  21. good luck with all of your goals!! I don’t have any for 2019 but i’d love to take a trip to the west coast too!

  22. I really want to set goals for my health and work this year. I need to manage my time and be more active.

  23. Setting clear, specific, attainable goals is so important. Making vague, too-broad goals is really hard to keep.

  24. thanks for sharing your resolutions! i hope you get to check all of these off!

  25. I think last year was the first time I have ever kept a New Years Resolution. Stopping to drink Coca Cola because had to get my blood sugar down according to doctor orders. So I know keeping a new years resolution can be tough. So these were some nice suggestions to keep in mind this time of year. Great post!

  26. I have a bad habit of making unrealistic goals and then I break them. I’m going to use your tips to rock my goals in 2019.

  27. Good luck on your goals. I would love to travel more too, but I don’t have plans yet. Let’s just see where my feet will take me this year. 🙂

  28. I am definitely aiming to get a license and a car this year. I’ve been putting it off for so long! Good luck with getting yours!

  29. I set out to make very realistic goals this year so that way it didn’t feel overwheleming from the start.

  30. Sounds great to me! I don’t make resolutions anymore and the goals I have are blog related so I can usually stick to them!

  31. These are great tips! I think keeping goals realistic is key.

  32. I don’t really New Year’s resolutions anymore, but I do try to small, attainable goals for myself throughout the year. One of my goals is to start hiking more since it’s something I’ve always enjoyed doing.

  33. Kim Byars Croisant says:

    If I could just stick to taking walks every day, I’d be set. Happy New Year to You.

  34. Setting realistic goals is mega important for actually achieving them! I like your list of 2019 goals. As far as figuring out your self-worth, remind yourself every day how damn worthy you are. Speak kindly of yourself and to yourself. Before long, you’ll start believing yourself. If you wouldn’t say it to your best friend, don’t say it to yourself 😉

  35. These are wonderful tips, I never keep so much resolutions as I won’t able to finish it as i wish. This time i have two of them let me see if I will able to finish it without break.

  36. Cathy French says:

    I think major resolutions like weight loss and quitting cigarettes are useless unless you already have a plan in place.

  37. rochelle haynes says:

    I could not every keep mines

  38. Very good post. My favorite tip is relacing one small bad habit with a good one. Small steps…they add up.?

  39. Thanks for this great post on keeping my resolutions. I have some that I really want to keep. This is my year of awesome!

  40. I love reading everyone’s goals! I totally agree with your tip to stick to your goal for at least the first month. It’s so much easier to slack when you start off inconsistently!

    Kayla |

  41. yes girl you got this! i’m using my (unused) gym membership more too!

  42. Brenda King says:

    Loved reading about your goals! Mine is to eat healthier.

  43. I think you have some reasonable goals, and I can relate to some of them. Particularly, the blogging and Etsy shop goals are similar to my own. I can even relate to some of your personal goals: Figure out my self worth. Be more confident in my body. Build my savings account. Work on paying off debt. My focus phrase for the year is declutter and simplify.

  44. Jessica Cox says:

    Good Luck with your goals, I try to keep mine low key, and work on myself more

  45. Dorothy Boucher says:

    I know the past few years have been really crazy for me and this year I am planning on sticking to my to do list , Losing weight is a must for me, I know its harder for older women but I need to for my health, Its just finding ways to keep me doing just what I need to do.

  46. Dana Rodriguez says:

    Great advice. I tend to NEVER stick to them lol.