Day 10 of the 12 Days of Planning: New Year's resolutions
When it comes making New Year's Resolutions, I never expect to begin making changes on the first of January. This is usually a day on which we're recovering from the night before, or perhaps we're still recovering from Christmas, and not feeling particularly motivated. In fact, for many of us, the entire month of January is a tough one in which to commit to change thanks to the school holidays.
So while it's nice to have your resolutions ready to go on 1st January, don't put too much pressure on yourself to have them all mapped out. Think of them as your goals, and goals can be set any day of the year. What's more important is to make sure they're realistic and then broken down into achievable tasks which you can enter into your planner.
For more instructions on how to set New Year's resolutions, or goals, plus a free printable, check out this post on goal setting and relinquish all first of January pressure on yourself!