Is it really this time again? It’s time to set myself some yearly goals and share them with you. I always enjoy putting this post together since I only get to do it once a year. I’m onto my fourth one now, as I started to share them in 2018 and it’s nice to look back and see what I was working towards at the time.
Let’s get into my 2021 goals.
Be More Consistent with My Blog
I thought about setting a number related goal, but at the end of the day I’d rather focus on content than numbers. If I’m happy with my content then that’s all that matters. Don’t get me wrong I’ll still be trying to grow, but I want to put most of my focus into the content and staying up to date with it. As I seemed to spend a lot of time on Instagram in 2020 and found myself really enjoying it, but I want to switch some of that focus to the blog.
Continue to Lose Weight
I feel like I made a good start on this in 2020, but majorly fell off towards the end of the year. Now that I know I can do it, I want to get back to it and lose more. I’m still a long way away from my goal, but I feel much more motivated now.
Make Our House a Home
I feel like I talk about this in all of my recent posts, but in January I should be moving out into my own home with my boyfriend. We were able to save for a house where we don’t need to do much work to it, but there is so much we want to change. I want to make it homely and put our own stamp on it.
Finally Finish Up a Powder Product
This didn’t exactly go to plan in 2020, so I’m hoping that it can happen in 2021. It’s really eye opening to see just how long these products last for, and makes me regret buying so many. I hit pan on a few products last year, so hopefully I can get them finished soon.
Don’t Push Myself TOO Hard
This may sound like a strange one, but I find that I’m prone to burn out because I push myself too much. Instead, I need to learn that it’s okay to not be doing something 24/7 and that it’s okay to take time off. I feel like if I master this one then staying consistent should be a little easier.
There we have it, those are my 2021 goals.
Do you set yourself yearly goals?
Thank you for reading!