What does goal setting have in common with wanting the best for your children? As a parent the things that I want most for my children are for them to learn lessons in their younger years that will carry through to their adolescence, and adulthood (scary how quickly that comes!). Two of the most significant things I feel that I can teach them are the importance of family, and finding their purpose. Those sound like really heavy topics, right? However, the good news is that those lessons will come in simple actions and examples, which is why I wanted to share how our family has turned setting goals and New Year’s resolutions into a family bonding tradition. I’m also including a free worksheet for you to download to do with your own family at home.Continue reading “Setting Goals During Family Time + Free Worksheet”
So you have goals, and you’re a mom. And sometimes the balance of pursuing those goals and raising your kids can get messy. Sometimes you want to stop, to quit, to press pause on your pursuit of striving for more. Well, I’m here to tell you that despite the hustle and bustle, despite what seems like frantic chaos everyday, and despite the fact you might feel as if you are falling short with your kids because your attention is divided, don’t worry. Believe it or not, the goals you have set for yourself and the actions you are taking to achieve them are actually good for your kids, and here’s how.Continue reading “Why Being a Mom With Goals is Good for Your Kids”
“We are what we repeatedly do. Success is not an action, but a habit.” -Aristotle
Whether you are climbing the corporate ladder, a new entrepreneur, someone with a dream, running a side gig, a stay-at-home parent, or some combination of any number of those, you have, what we like to refer to as, an ultimate goal. Perhaps you have multiple goals you’d like to reach. So how go you get there? The answer, daily productivity habits.