Fuzz- lovers: We are about to hit JUNE!
The start of a new year always seems to be a rush – everyone starts over, makes new plans, you have to get back to work and start to deal with your daily life again.
February…Well, it is the shortest month, as soon as you adjust to it, it is already over again.
Time flies and now JUNE is knocking on our dors already!!!
So, let’s take a look at your set new year’s resolutions, which some of us set up 5 months ago!
First of all: Did you set any goals for the New Year?
To do so is amazing!
You have 12 months ahead of you and you set goals you want to achieve right from the start!
For some of us, a guideline set by ourselves helps us to keep going and to focus on the things we want to achieve.
If it’s not so much your thing, it’s also absolutely fine.
For some of us – like for this one here – to make plans right at the start of a new year is overwhelming.
Life is full of surprises every day and sometimes exactly these surprises – good or bad – make it impossible to make as much progress in the fulfillment of said new year’s resolution, which takes it to a stop where it stays and that’s where the depressing mood kicks in.
However, it doesn’t matter if you always set up New Year’s resolutions, if you never thought of it, or if you try to get there and then stop when it takes too much time to get anywhere.
It’s not at all a necessity, but in case you’d like to give it another try: We came up with some tips to motivate you and ourselves to give it a shot.
Don’t take them too seriously
Life happens and with that, we naturally have to change our plans from time to time.
Adjust your resolutions throughout the year
You don’t need to have a master plan ready to start into a new year. Starting without any goals and coming up with some you like to pursue throughout the year is amazing.
If you set goals for yourself in January, March or June, it doesn’t really matter. Every day is a good day to think about your own personal goals to set and start working on them.
Take baby steps
If there is something you, want to do, but you just don’t know where to start breaking it down into small portions.
For example: Make a list.
Write down your goal and then break it down into baby steps. What are the things you have to do to get there?
If it starts to choose the right notebook, pen, and pencil, that’s what you’re going to do.
If the 1st thing to tick off is to make a phone call, get the information you need, and take it from there as the 2nd step.
Sometimes it helps to achieve a big goal if you take it day by day and if a day is too stressful, take it in 10 minutes steps. It might not look like a long period of time, but we all know how much we can do in only a few minutes.
The most important thing is: You will make progress, you’ll start to see what is missing, what might not be necessary, and how far you have already come.
Do you keep up with your New Year’s Resolutions, or are you up to set new goals halfway through the year and take it to start over?
What’s your best advice to keep going and to keep your focus?