Yay to being twenty in twenty-twenty! It’s crazy how fast life moves and how much can be accomplished in twenty years. I’ve grown so much in the past year, yet alone twenty years (physically and emotionally haha). Each year I like setting goals for myself, not resolutions because I don’t need to resolve anything. I just need to continue to grow and learn from my actions. So, here’s my goals for 2020!
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Put my Mental and Physical Health First:
I’ve been really good at going to the gym and getting my body moving the past couple of weeks but sometimes I forget about my mental health and making sure I’m not pushing myself too hard. For 2020, a goal of mine is to stop comparing myself to everyone and leave time for my brain to just stop thinking.
Leave Time to Recharge:
I am known for taking on way more than I can actually do in a sane matter. I am always able to get things done but I end up stressing myself out and not being able to relax in the process. This year I’m learning to say ‘no’ to things and make sure I leave time for my self-care.
Continue my Time Management Skills:
I’ve always been good at time management and organizing my schedule so I want to continue this in 2020 and get even better at it. I started off 2020 by making a bullet journal (stayed tuned for the blog post on that in the next couple of weeks) and that has helped me tremendously with my organization already.
Be More Spontaneous and Adventurous:
With my personality of being an intense scheduler and organizer, sometimes I forget to be a little more spontaneous and adventurous. In 2020, I want to leave time in my planner for spur-of-the-moment plans that come up because you always need a little adventure in your life.
Stop Caring so much about Superficial Things:
I tend to get wrapped up in superficial things like clothing or makeup and things that I want but life is about so much more than that. It’s about experiences and spending time with friends and family. In 2020, I’m going to travel as much as I can and spend as much time with my friends and family but also leave time to recharge and allow myself to grow.
Become more Confident in my Social Skills:
I know I can talk to people but I always freak myself out and think I suck at socializing which is not the case at all. I’m the Membership Director at my sorority so it’s literally my job to talk to and recruit new girls and tell my other sisters how to as well. I was elected into the position so even my sisters know I know how to talk to people. This year, I am going to carry myself with confidence when talking with people.
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I want to know some of your goals for 2020 so leave them in the comments below! Lets dedicate this year to full growth!