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Revisiting My 2023 Goals

School is out, which means it’s time to check on those goals I made for myself at the beginning of the year.

I need a little mid-year reset. This year has gone by way too fast, and I don’t remember all the goals I set for myself. I need to rethink some of the goals. I wanted to sit down and think of what I need to do to end this year in a better direction.

I spent the last six months self-sabotaging myself. I did good in school; I could have done much better. I often didn’t do my homework or turn in assignments out of laziness. I used going to school as an excuse not to post blogs or videos. I am scared of success. If I do well in school now, why couldn’t I have done this when I was going to school the first time? And if I’m not posting because of school, that’s a valid excuse. But now that schools is out. My not posting now is due to self-doubt. A lot of my self-sabotage came from self-doubt. For forever, I have felt I need to be perfect; I’m not good enough when I’m not. I missed a lot of goals this year. I missed all of them; today will be the first day I try. 

I’ve rewritten the goals in order of importance to me. An ideal year for me would be hitting the top 10. That requires a lot of work and change. I need to change who I am and how I see myself. I need to hold myself more accountable and not give up so easily. I say this every year and every time I have a goal that I want, so I need to focus on what I can do when days aren’t perfect. I need to create a system that will work with my ADHD. 

.And I have created a system. Two hours a day, I will dedicate time to my goals. This will be harder some days, and that’s okay. I will keep myself motivated by rewarding myself at the end of each month. But to keep myself honest, I won’t be the one to reward myself. It will be my partner. 

I need to remind myself that I deserve to be happy. I am willing to work for what I want and have survived a lot. I’m stronger than I give myself credit for. I’m not my past. I’m doing the best I can.

  1. Prioritize My Happiness 
  2. Be Tidier
  3. Speak Better Spanish
  4. Strengthen Relationships
  5. Practice Mindfulness
  6. Enforce Boundaries
  7. Reflect On Each Month
  8. Staying Consistent
  9. Create a Regular Exercise Routine
  10. Write 100 Blogs
  11. Get Back into Journaling
  12. Eliminate a bad Habit
  13. Another No Buy Month
  14. Volunteer
  15. Focus On My Business
  16. Pay Off ALL Debt
  17. Have a Family Dinner Once A Month
  18. Sew A Costume
  19. Spend More Time Outside
  20. Take a Skill Class
  21. Fix Things I’ve Been Avoiding.
  22. Save for a car
  23. 2023 Reading Challenge

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