The Struggle is Real
You have all the intentions, all the motivation and all the encouragement from your awesome support system a.k.a. your family. When you are in the planning stage of changing your life, setting goals and making plans you don't plan for complications. When you get that phone call and hear the word cancer your first instinct is to put your life on hold to care for your loved one. I have learned the hard way. I could have still worked on my dreams when my husband went through his first round of cancer. I will work on these goals during this second round and we will kick butt together.
The planning of some changes I want to make may be paused until we find out his treatment schedule but then we will discuss how everything can fit together and go forward from there.
What I can do is work on my core values and weekly goals. I have been thinking of this all week and here are the values I decided are important to the person I want to be:
7. Fiscally responsible
9. Growth mindset
I will expand on these some more in the weeks and months ahead.
This week my goals are to:
1. Keep track of my current morning and evening routines so I can see what is working and what isn't.
2. Organize my living and dining rooms
3. Input 12 written pages into the computer.
4. Write an additional 7 pages.
5. Post on Social media 5 days.
6. Blog post Monday and Thursday.
What are your goals for this week?