I don’t want to stop writing goals but I feel like I am just slacking. And last week I missed my goals completely.
This week I was drained. Like waking up in the morning was a struggle. I haven’t had this hard of time getting up since I was in college and this past week I did not have the ambition to do it.
When you aren’t aligned with your purpose (at least for me), I find it harder to do work that isn’t a part of what I should be doing. I am working with a client that is good money, but the time that it is taking up is quite a bit of my time and I feel like it is an energy suck.
I am having my assistant help me with writing more so I can keep my blog updated while I am getting some processes and systems in place for the client I am working with.
With all of that said, I am back with my goals for this week and this week I am putting myself first a bit more. I haven’t worked out in a while and my body feels so drained from not taking care of myself, so that is what I intend to do with my weekly goals.
- Work with Greenlee on her letters & Cameron on his words
- Date night with Chad
- Create a Thanksgiving craft with the kids
- Workout 4 times this week
- 15 minutes of meditation daily
- Create a video for LLK, SNJ and His Versus Hers
- Hire A Writer to help with His Versus Hers
- Create November Editorial Calendars
These are my goals this week and I know I can achieve all of this, even with being super busy. It’s all about my mindset and time management. I mean, we all have the same 24 hours in a day. I know a woman who has 7 kids who makes 6 figures with her blog AND homeschools. Holy hell, right?
So I need to manage my time better and something I want to learn to do is say no to things that I can’t give 100% or that don’t fit with me and what my mission is.