New Year, New Me Right?
2020 was a lesson that you should apply what you learned to use for 2021. Just like studying in school, you must apply yourself to become a better student. Write down new realistic goals that you will accomplish.
At the beginning of 2020, I made a list of realistic goals that I wanted to complete by 2021. I did not give myself a deadline because I did not want to let myself down. Not knowing that two months into the year, I would lose my job due to the pandemic. Some moments were sad but I chose not to have a pity party. I kept my faith and trust in God to keep pushing forward. Faith without works is dead. I accomplished my biggest goal on the last day of the year and the feeling was incredible. Hard work and invested time pay off in the end.
During the manifestation period, I learned how to move in silence. I spoke positivity in my life to help me stay motivated. No one needs to know your every move. Even with friends or family, everyone will not support you. You will quickly find out who is really for and against you. Your possibilities are endless.
This is your year to invest in what you want to achieve. Either to gain a relationship, network with others, obtain a career, or lose weight. Do what makes you happy, you deserve it to yourself.
What goal will you achieve this year?