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  1. Jo Anna Inks says:

    I’ve always been a planner but more recently I’ve started writing down my goals- weekly, monthly & yearly. It’s amazing what putting pen to paper can create! Great post!

  2. Goal setting is definitely something I need to be more mindful about. I get distracted fairly easily, and not just by my kids! I do love planning, but the hard part for me sometimes can be following through. Thanks for the tips!

  3. I think time management is huge for achieving goals and being productive, that’s something I’m constantly working on. Thanks for these tips! Although, i will say I was 100% sure about my husband when we got married, but he might not have been 100% sure about me, lol.

    1. Justine,
      You just cracked me up lol. Yeah I guess that example was a little extreme lol. But, without a productivity sheet, I will not get anything done.

  4. I try not to procrastinate as it just makes my anxiety worse and then I magically am able to talk myself out of things. So, I tend to dive head in and just do what needs to be done. I also tell myself that every successful person in the world started out small and worked their way up to the top. That really motivates me to get stuff done.

    1. MJ,
      I know what you mean. Some how I find doing house chores as a way out of doing important things. So I have to remind myself that folding clothes does not prioritize over goals. Lol

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