How are your goals for 2022 coming along?
If you answered “haven’t started” or “ehm, next question” that’s totally OK. We’re not here to judge!
What we do want to talk about is one of the biggest things that might be keeping you from reaching your goals this year … negative self-talk. In the past month, have you thought:
I’m not good enough.
I’m not experienced enough.
Has someone ever recommended journaling (maybe it was us!) and you thought, nope, not for me! I don’t have time for that! Or That will never work!
We get it.
If you haven’t journaled before (or it’s been a while), it may seem like just another item on your to-do list that won’t get done.
But hear us out. If you do one thing this year to make your life better, we really think you should try journaling.
Happy New Year!
I hope 2022 is off to a fantastic start. 2020 and 2021 were in a large part about navigating the unknown and adjusting to change – and if there was ever a year for fresh starts and finally reaching your goals and dreams, it’s this one!
Hopefully, at least some of the weight from 2020 and 2021 has been lifted off your shoulders, so you’re able to go after what you truly want in life over the next 12 months.
As you get excited for 2022, we want to remind you of the importance of taking inventory of the year you’re saying goodbye to (or perhaps, enthusiastically saying goodbye to!).
What’s taking inventory, you may be wondering? Taking inventory is a simple exercise and the best way we know to set the stage for a fantastic new year. And all it takes is a pen, paper, and 15 minutes of uninterrupted time.
2022 is around the corner and I want to help you make it your best year yet. Because, no matter your goals, it’s challenging to get clear, stay focused, create a path to actually reach a goal, and hold yourself accountable. It’s too easy for life to get in the way and feel overwhelmed, lose confidence in yourself and face limiting beliefs that keep you stuck or hold you back.
Join me for group coaching to make 2022 the year you make your dreams a reality!
We have a hunch 2021 wasn’t exactly what you had planned.
Sure, it wasn’t 2020 (anything beats 2020!), but there’s a good chance you faced more challenges, curveballs, and stress than you imagined when you were coming up with New Year’s goals last December.
As 2021 winds down, and you’re brainstorming plans and wishes for the New Year, we encourage you to come up with goals and dreams that really excite you, and push you to live the purposeful life you’ve always wanted. Because if not now … then when?
How are you feeling right now? Before you say, “fine” or even “good,” we want to tell you, it’s OK if you’re not.
It’s a weird time, and we’ve all been through a lot the past couple of years – and now with the holidays, it’s not always easy to “turn on” the merriment and cheer.
While it’s important to do what you can to stay positive by practicing gratitude and looking on the bright side, it’s also important to allow yourself to feel all you’re feeling — instead of ignoring or shoving your emotions aside.
When you were a kid, the holidays meant non-stop fun. There were cookies to eat, carols to sing, gifts to unwrap, and family and friends galore. But as adults, the season is often associated with one word … craziness.
Don’t get us wrong, we love the seasonal stuff (and would never turn down a good peppermint mocha!), but as adults, we often get so swept up in all the holiday to-dos that we leave little time for ourselves.
And where’s the holiday magic in that?
Raise your hand if this year was one of your hardest.
Our hands are up, too.
Whether it was the extra stress about work, childcare, staying well, or … you name it, we’ve all had to carry a big load on our shoulders this year.
And when life gets overwhelming, it’s hard to find things to feel grateful about. You might be too exhausted to even think about gratitude.