18. Ask for help if you need it
This is my number one goal this year. I’m so fiercely independent that I don’t often admit when I could use help. This sometimes turns into a house full of guests asking if they could help with something and me refusing (while stressing over getting dinner on the table). If I’d just admit needing help, everyone’s stress levels would be lower!
19. Change a bad habit
Going back to setting realistic goals, don’t try to fix everything at once, but start by trying to change just one bad habit. You might not be able to save money by cutting down on your grocery budget if you’ve also decided to eat all organic fresh fruit and vegetables to lose weight and get healthier. Take things one step at a time and make it a point to change for the better – one habit at a time.
20. Start now!
Don’t put it off any longer. Spending extra time talking about accomplishing these goals instead of just doing it won’t help. Put your goals at the forefront of your mind. Write them down somewhere you’re going to see them every day. You’ll be grateful in the long run if you stick to a plan to accomplish these goals! Ready … Set … GO!