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January 2019

Happy New Year

Happy New Year to everyone. I always find Christmas to be a reflective  time of year for me, thoughts go to times gone by and absent friends that are no longer with us. It is truly a time of remembering and being thankful for having had the privilege of knowing them. Time moves on to New Year and the opportunity for new beginnings. There's always an expectation of change in the air. We all do it do'n't we? Make those New Year Resolutions. How many of us approach the New Year with hope and optimism of things being different and setting out to achieve those goals, only to start faltering by the end of the first week? 

My 10 best tips for staying on track are: 

1. Keep it real. Make your goals attainable.

2. Kiss,  (no that sort, but now I've got your attention) Keep it simple stupid. Keep your plans simple. Don't be tempted to do a complete lifestyle change in one swoop. You can end up feeling overwhelmed and not achieving anything. Focus on one or two things at time.

3. Prioritise which goals are most important to you.

4. Baby steps. Break things down into small manageable tasks. Remember the saying, "How to you eat an elephant? One piece at a time." Politically incorrect? I'm not suggesting you eat an elephant but you get the gist, you wouldn't attempt to eat one in one fell swoop. Yet that's often what people do with their goals.

5. Give your goals a time frame, give yourself some accountability to get things done by a certain time. This will help you stay on track.

6. Reward your self regularly. Even a small achievement is worthy of celebration, you are one step closer to achieving your goal.

7. Get your inner circle of support around you. Tell only the people who are truly rooting for you. Don't tell the negative drains in your life if you have them.

8. Remember you are in charge of this. They're your goals to achieve. Enjoy the sense of control they give you over your life. 

9. Keep visible reminders to the things you want to achieve. make a board or note book up of clippings of the things you want to achieve. they will help you to stay focused.

10. Most importantly don't ever give up. The journey might be bumpy, but you can do it. Draw on your reserves, your always stronger then you think.

I hope this is helpful to you. Think about what you really want and go for it. The time is now!  I would love to hear how you are getting on with your goals and what your New Year resolutions are, so I hope you will share them. We are always happy to help if you get stuck.
Happy New Year to everyone. I always find Christmas to be a reflective  time of year for me, thoughts go to times gone by and absent friends that are no longer with us. It is truly a time of remembering and being thankful for having had the privilege of knowing them. Time moves on to New Year and the opportunity for new beginnings. There's always an expectation of change in the air. We all do it do'n't we? Make those New Year Resolutions. How many of us approach the New Year with hope and optimism of things being different and setting out to achieve those goals, only to start faltering by the end of the first week? 

My 10 best tips for staying on track are: 

1. Keep it real. Make your goals attainable.

2. Kiss,  (no that sort, but now I've got your attention) Keep it simple stupid. Keep your plans simple. Don't be tempted to do a complete lifestyle change in one swoop. You can end up feeling overwhelmed and not achieving anything. Focus on one or two things at time.

3. Prioritise which goals are most important to you.

4. Baby steps. Break things down into small manageable tasks. Remember the saying, "How to you eat an elephant? One piece at a time." Politically incorrect? I'm not suggesting you eat an elephant but you get the gist, you wouldn't attempt to eat one in one fell swoop. Yet that's often what people do with their goals.

5. Give your goals a time frame, give yourself some accountability to get things done by a certain time. This will help you stay on track.

6. Reward your self regularly. Even a small achievement is worthy of celebration, you are one step closer to achieving your goal.

7. Get your inner circle of support around you. Tell only the people who are truly rooting for you. Don't tell the negative drains in your life if you have them.

8. Remember you are in charge of this. They're your goals to achieve. Enjoy the sense of control they give you over your life. 

9. Keep visible reminders to the things you want to achieve. make a board or note book up of clippings of the things you want to achieve. they will help you to stay focused.

10. Most importantly don't ever give up. The journey might be bumpy, but you can do it. Draw on your reserves, your always stronger then you think.


I hope this is helpful to you. Think about what you really want and go for it. The time is now!  I would love to hear how you are getting on with your goals and what your New Year resolutions are, so I hope you will share them. We are always happy to help if you get stuck.