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Cultivate a good life and record it.

Feb

1st

good life by holly connors

Part of cultivating a good life is making time to set goals and work towards achieving them.

Goals can be big or small, easy or feel near impossible; however, it is so important to make time to consider what we really want and what is most important to us individually and as a couple or a family unit.

Goals help motivate us and give us passion, even during those everyday moments. They are reminders that we are capable and alive. Sometimes our goals may seem overwhelming, but breaking them down into small, achievable steps and reviewing them often can make a world of difference.

Goal setting keeps us moving forward. It has us hitting new milestones or saving for that next overseas holiday to a tropical destination. It also has us feeling more motivated closer to home, such as setting a time each day to spend with family or simply remembering to water our plants.


Holly Connors is a part of our 2015 Creative Team and lives in Australia with her husband and daughter. Baby #2 is expected to arrive this year.

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COMMENTS

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  1. Funnily enough, I have been contemplating goals recently. I feel like my days are drifting, and I am not making time for, or priotitising what I want to do just now. So I need to list those things out, then add goals as to how to incorporate them into my world!
    I also need to refocus in terms of weight loss – I was doing really well in the latter part of 2014, but since 2015 hit I have lost my way. So that’s on the list as well. My brother is getting married this summer, so it’d be great to look and feel good for that, especially the photos!

  2. Irene says:

    Goals also teach hope. If you reach a goal (however small) you learn that you can do it. Then you are hopeful when the next goal or obstacle appears.

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