Happy New Year everyone! What a beautiful beginning we’ve had *Bruno Mars voice* #Blessed. First week is over and it’s back to reality now so I hope you’re all well and jolly and ready to go out there and happen to things. I know I am. Never has the “new year, new me” spirit possessed me like it has this time. I have so much I want to do and accomplish and I cannot wait to work at it all. And I say work because this time I know it will take more than just repeating declarations like “I’m gonna lose weight this year” to get results. Success takes planning, dedication, evaluation, attention and some good ol’ elbow grease. Not just wishful thinking. I bet most of us can’t look our abandoned past resolutions in the eyes. It isn’t always easy sticking to these resolutions we make but I found the best New Year Resolutions hacks and just had to share them. First hack = these darling printable worksheets! Forget listing down your wishes in your diary and then moving on. These worksheets make planning oh so simple, clean and easy to follow. There’s a style for everyone and you can print them right from this blog 🙂
Go ahead and print out the ones that work for you, fill them in and keep them handy. The beauty about these worksheets is that they can be updated or revised as necessary and also serve as quick reminder whenever you need it. I’m still filling mine in because I don’t want to make the same mistakes I always do. Remember, make Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time-bound (SMART) goals. SMART – that’s the second hack. Don’t overwhelm yourself. It’s all about growth and learning. I hope this helps in your journey this year, and have fun!
BONUS – For those who want to start saving or keep saving more, Rookie Manager has relaunched the 52 Week Saving Challenge and just like these worksheets, it is non-threatening, orderly and simple to follow with amazing results. So, do check that out too. I’m so doing it this year!
Great and informative stuff. What a good read to come across at the start of the year!! Thanks a lot for sharing.
Hi Tony! Thanks for the feedback 🙂 I just love how simple these worksheets make everything. Let me know which one works for you. So far I’ve been using the “Keep/Change/Start/Stop” one as my first guide then building from there. oh, Happy New Year!