Goal setting is my jam. I am a full-on believer that we can only become better Christians, better wives and better moms through intention.
However, this year, goal setting seems to be another thing to add to my list of to dos. And all the advice people online give about “the best way to set goals” does nothing but overwhelm me.
So, if you are looking for a way to set goals that is doable and fun, even with an already busy life, this post is for you.
Check out these printables that help you decide what goals to tackle this year and have a lot of fun accomplishing them along the way.
If you want to focus on having more fun this year, this printable from While He Was Napping may be the one for you.
This printable from College Life Made Easy incorporates habits and self-care.
This printable from Live Laugh Rowe has a spot for your word of the year, which is a popular trend in goal setting.
If you are looking for a printable to help you brainstorm goal ideas, this one from Life with Me may be perfect for you.
Have fun brainstorming different things you would like to do throughout the year with this printable from the Art Bar Blog.
If you are looking for a more comprehensive technique for goal setting, I recommend you watch this video from Chalene Johnson that explains her process for crushing goals in 90 days or less. (Start watching video at 7:30.) Another good one is Allie Casazza’s blog post on how she sets her goals and intentions for the year.
No matter what method you use to set goals, you can’t stop at just having goals. If that’s as far as you go, you probably won’t have accomplished much by this time next year.
You have to make plans for each of your goals, made of bite-sized tasks, to ensure your goals will actually happen. If you need help figuring out how to do that, check out this post on making plans that will help you shatter your goals.