January 5, 2022
One of the best parts of ringing in a new year is that you get to reset, refresh and make new goals! Whether it’s something big like buying a new house or something small like doing more acts of kindness, no goal is too big or small!
To help y’all plan your goals, I created these SUPER CUTE worksheets that will keep your goals organized. I broke it down into the four categories that Tim and I made for ourselves this year.
Between work, kids, travel and life in general, Tim and I can be guilty of not finding time for just the two of us. This year, we decided to make it our goal to prioritize alone time together.
This category doesn’t have to be for a significant other necessarily; it can be for any relationship you want to work on in 2022, whether that’s your parents, sibling, best friend, whoever! Maybe your goal is to check in on someone more often, or perhaps it’s to improve your communication. Take this time to self-reflect on little ways you can improve your relationships!
This one is a little tricky with what’s going on in the world right now, but it’s my goal to plan at least four family trips, big or small! My heart is the fullest when my hubby and babies are all together having fun and making memories.
Whether it’s a road trip across state lines or a camping trip close to home, jot down your travel goals for the year!
Career is a big category for me this year! Eva & Co. launched in 2021, and I’ve got even BIGGER plans for 2022.
Take the time to think about your career goals this year. Maybe it’s going after a promotion or asking for a raise. Perhaps it’s taking a new course to expand your skill set or change careers entirely!
This category is the nearest and dearest to my heart! I am making it my 2022 goal to be present for my babies and spend as much time as I can with my Mama.
Since this category be related to anything else in life, get creative and reach for the stars!
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Wishing you an AMAZING year,
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