The Inspiring Hummingbird
Welcome to 2022! Let's Talk New Year's Goals!
Hello beautiful reader!
How are you doing on this fine day? Typically, it is around this month and time of year that people try to set new years goals for themselves. Some people don't because they don't believe in doing so, or they just don't know where to start, and how to do this. Regardless of the reason, let me know in the comments below, have you set any goals for yourself for this new year? I have! Today's blog post is going to be about how I chose to write out my goals for this year. I will also include a small infographic where I outline what order I went in to do this. So, let's jump right into it!
When I went to write my goals for this new year, I wasn't sure what I wanted, or what was "too many" goals to have. I did, however, know that I wanted my goals to be broken down into sections or categories if you will. To do this, I chose to use Primary Food and Secondary Food as my categories, as well as, Other for any goals that I felt either did not fit under those categories or that I just didn't know how to categorize. For those who don't know what Primary or Secondary foods refer to feel free to click the attached links to learn more about them! From there, I broke the main categories into subcategories where possible. This only happened under Primary Food though. I broke Primary Food into its four categories, which are, Career, Spirituality, Physical Activity, and Relationships. From there, I started writing out my goals! It sounds like a lot and like it may be overwhelming, but it was really pretty easy!
To conclude this post, this year was the first time that I have taken this approach with writing goals out. I hope you give it a try if you haven't written any goals yet and want to! I found it to be really fun to categorize my goals instead of just writing out a list. It is useful too, to write out your goals and then leave them alone and come back to review them to make sure they're what you want them to be. There are no right or wrong goals to have. From what I have heard, you can't have too many or too few either, so dream big! There is no limit to what you could accomplish this year or in this lifetime! I will see you again very soon!
P.S. Feel free to download my little infographic where I outlined how I laid out my New Years goals! I also attached a short video I made talking about making goals for the New Year!
Best wishes and lots of love,
The Inspiring Hummingbird!