December Goals


I can't believe I'm saying this but happy December everyone! Where has this year vanished to? Not that I'm going to complain too much as December is one of my favourite times of the year - comfy jumpers, films days on the sofa and Christmas drinks galore (both the hot and the boozey variety).

My November goals didn't go quite to plan. There wasn't two blog posts a week and I only went to the gym once however, I didn't spend as much as I usually do and I certainly took the time and effort for self-care. I've been asking myself why I succeeded on some accounts and not others and I think I've worked it out. Setting myself goals to do something a specific number of times made it easy for me to feel as though I had failed. As soon as I didn't write that second weekly post or I was too busy to make that gym class I felt defeated. This meant that in the following weeks I didn't have the incentive to stick to these goals as they'd already, in my mind, not worked out. Whereas, my goals to do something more or to take the time to do something seemed easier because there was no set measurements to meet. So whilst my November goals didn't go the way I'd envisioned, I've learnt something from them and that's what's really important. But anyway, let's crack on...