Many people with children put their own goals on the back burner for a while, but plans and goals can help us feel positive about ourselves.
Plans and goals might be practical, such as books to read, crafts to learn, achievements at work, or less tangible, perhaps, thinking about how you want to change as a person this year, or what you want to teach your children.
It’s good for the goals to be measurable and have realistic timescales. I love ticking items off a list, but I’m also a great procrastinator, so if I don’t have time steps in place, and prioritise my goals, I know I won’t get things done.
Maybe you want to climb a mountain as a family, or tell your kids every day that you love them. How are you going to make it happen?