I’m FINALLY starting to see some progress with my running goals. And pretty good progress at that 🙂
In February, GoalGetters is focussing on physical goals. I’ve chosen healthy eating and fitness products for the review, as these are consistently among the most popular goals.
Check out my favourite health and fitness products here: GoalGetters pick of the fitness products.
I’m currently working on developing the community to include a directory of resources. As well as products such as those featured in the article, there will be websites, blog posts – anything that may be helpful to you on your GoalGetting journey. If you have any suggestions of resources to include, or any subject you’d like me to research resources for, please let me know.
My resolve has been tested this week, but not so much by the visit to the winery.
Find out more in my latest article: Alcohol-free Feb: week 2 – Remembering why
How are you doing with your health-related goals? I’ve had a mixed week. I’ve been feeling under the weather – not often enough to make alcohol-free without challenge, but enough to affect my health and fitness goals.
It’s February, and for many of us the new year’s resolutions are long forgotten along with the Christmas decorations and the time off work. We start out with such good intentions, so why is it so hard to make our goals stick?
Join me on my journey to an alcohol-free Feb, and I will share valuable tips along the way to help you reach your health-related goals.
Read the latest article: Planning for an alcohol-free Feb.
According to a study by Strava, the second Friday in January is the day that many quit their new year’s resolutions.
How are you progressing with your 2019 goals?
This week’s article provides advice for:
✅ if you’re struggling
✅ if you’ve quit
✅ if you’re procrastinating
✅ if you’re going strong
Find the article here.
If you haven’t yet signed up, join the 2019 goals challenge to help embed your goals and build your motivation through January.
The key to goals success lies in the planning. This week’s article takes you through the steps to build the ultimate plan for your 2019 goals.
Have you ever made New Year’s resolutions, only to find that you fall at the first hurdle and give up by the second week of January? You wouldn’t be alone. I don’t know exactly how many new year’s resolutions fail, but a quick Google search suggests that it is somewhere between 80 and 92%.
So how can you make sure that your resolutions succeed? This week’s article looks at some of the most common reasons people give up on their resolutions, and what you can do to maximise your chance of success.
Read the article here: https://goalgetters.co.nz/articles/new-years-resolutions-maximise-your-chance-of-success/
The end of the year is a perfect time for reflecting upon your achievements, and developing your vision for the coming year. Follow the steps in the latest article to celebrate your 2018 ‘big wins’, and set your dreams for 2019.
Don’t forget to sign up for the 2019 goals challenge and make 2019 YOUR year!
Want to make 2019 your year? In the latest article, I share details of my favourite planners to help you on your GoalGetting journey.