2019 goals challenge – day 31 Review & Plan

It’s the end of the month – time to review your January goals and plan for February.

What went well this month?  What didn’t?  What can you do differently in February?

or more questions to ask yourself when reviewing, check out this article:  Best Laid Plans.  For templates to help you review and plan your goals, check out the GoalGetting workbook.

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2019 goals challenge – day 30 Celebrate!


It’s nearly the end of the month, and a great time to celebrate your achievements!  Although it can be tempting to move on to the next big thing, don’t forget to celebrate.

Celebrating enhances your motivation, confidence and success.  It’s also a good opportunity to show your gratitude to those who’ve helped you along the way.

Here are some celebration ideas:

  • Dinner or drinks with your support group
  • Treat yourself to something new
  • Take a break
  • Create a photobook or write your story
  • Get active
  • Shout it from the rooftops!

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2019 goals challenge – day 28 Do 1 thing today for your spiritual wellbeing

GoalGetters uses the eight dimensions of wellness to help achieve balance in our lives.  Read more about this in the Finding Balance article.

Spiritual wellness is expanding our sense of purpose and finding meaning in life.  It is strongly linked to our values, and the need for our lives and external environment to be in harmony with our values and beliefs.

Goals within the spiritual dimension may include meditation, prayer, acts of compassion, mindfulness, relaxation, music, and fun (among many others).

Try one of these today, or choose one of your own.

2019 goals challenge – day 25 Do 1 thing today for your intellectual wellbeing

GoalGetters uses the eight dimensions of wellness to help achieve balance in our lives.  Read more about this in the Finding Balance article.

Intellectual wellness involves using problem solving, creativity and learning.  You will seek to expand and challenge your mind.

Goals within the intellectual dimension may include reading a book, taking a course, attending an art exhibition, completing puzzles, or eating healthily and exercising to maximise brain function.


Try one of these today, or choose one of your own.

2019 goals challenge – day 24 Do 1 thing

Sometimes you can find an activity that meets many different needs.  For me, it’s running.  As well as meeting my physical needs, it also meets:

  • Emotional needs (exercise endorphins – combined with the lift from meeting my other needs)
  • Environmental needs (I run outside in nature)
  • Spiritual and intellectual needs (it is my time to think and reflect)
  • Social needs (at race events, I get to connect with others who love running)

What activities do you do that tick all the boxes for you?