Goal Setting for 2020

My planning for this year is not much different than my goal setting process from last year. Still, I want to post this to 1) share my goals with you and 2) keep myself accountable. This year, I went one stop further and did my quarterly goals.

PERSONAL POLICIES

If I can’t change something, there is no use worrying about it.

Choose courage over comfort

Put my health over other people’s feelings. 

If I’m being honest, I feel like I am already pretty good with two of these already. Choosing courage over comfort is going to be the most challenging. I am excited to see how my life and my mental health change as I embrace these policies.

GOALS

Rebrand this website by July – I think I finally know where I want to take this blog and I can’t wait to make it look different.

Pay off my debt by March – not including the car, but that is coming up shortly. I also hope to start doing sinking funds after my debt is paid off.

Get an internship with a company I support – This one is more for the second half of the year, but I still have a lot to learn before then.

Travel to three new different places – My absolute goals for this year are New York City, Guadalajara, and Seattle. I am also hoping to visit Colorado soon.

Get straight A’s for the spring semester – So this fall semester was not my best, and there will be more on that later. Point is, I have to get my shit together if I want to graduate on time.

ONGOING GOALS

Enjoy the little things and capture them – While looking back at this year, I noticed my lack of pictures. I hope to capture the people and moments that make my life what it is and post them more often as well.

Be there for my friends, physically and emotionally – Not only that, but I want to be consistent in my support.

Accept my emotions as they come and go

Make decisions and stick to them – I tend to overthink about situations and become indecisive. I need to trust myself, my decisions, and act upon them.

I took this spread idea from Caitlin’s Corner to help me achieve my goals. I realized that for past years, I just set goals but never really planned out how exactly I was going to achieve them. I’ll let you know how well this spread works out for me, but in these past few days I feel like it has already helped.

What are your goals and how do you plan to achieve them?

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