Apr 11, 2013

Personal Goals

I feel like I'm where I need to be right now.  I think my eight year old dreaming self would be happy with where my life is right now.  I feel like the twenties are the years for accomplishments, so I'm really excited for what this year may bring.  The last few years I've written out birthday lists like "22 Things Before 23" yet they always end up incomplete due to life changes, goal changes, or just not having enough time to accomplish everything I dream about.  That's left me feeling a little discouraged.  So this year, I decided I would make some small personal goals, not really a to-do list where I cross things off, but things that motivate to move forward in a positive way.


Do you have any goals you're working towards right now?

6 comments:

  1. I really relate to where you are right now! I am 32, but am very much working on where I want my life to be, and I am getting there. The last few years have been a whirlwind so I am in a stage of reflection and taking steps towards a better future. Heavy going but getting there! Making time for creative pursuits, building a new blog and trying to make the transition to freelance in business - a big to-do list! Love your blog too hun xoxo

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    1. Lucy! It is definitely a peaceful feeling to know there are others out there going through the same things, isn't it! I wish you so much happiness in your journey and seeking out your goals!

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  2. I love this. We have very similar goals. I find that I have to keep redefining mine and changing it up due to my schedule. -Jessica L

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    1. I completely understand that! I am constantly changing my goals, too. I think sometimes it can be a good think because it causes me to continually think about where I want to be and what goals I'm not willing to change. :)

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  3. what do you mean by "spend more time in his word" did you mean to say world? i am confused.. lovely blog by the way!

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    1. Thank you for asking for clarification Anubha! I actually did mean "spend more time in His word." The Bible is sometimes referred to as "God's word" or "the inspired word of God" and so that is what I meant by "His word." As for spending more time in, I was phrasing it in such a way as spending more time not just reading but completely focused on what I am reading and absorbing the information. I hope this clears thinks up, and than you very much!

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