It’s now March! How are those New Years Resolutions working out? If you’ve forgotten what you wanted to do, or didn’t do anything, or you’ve failed at what you wanted to do, try making one of these handy, dandy, homemade charts! Yes, I am in my upper 20’s and still like to check off a chart 😉 I’m telling you though, once you make one of these, you’ll want to keep up on it!
(Sorry about the terrible picture!)
My husband is an Economist. He loves numbers and tracking them. And I think he is rubbing off on me! My friend Joni thought up this great idea, and I’ve loved making a check list of the year. When I look at this chart it reminds me where I am doing really well and where I am lacking.
I am the first one to not like writing out goals. I just don’t like feeling discouraged when I don’t reach them all, but this chart is a great help. Try it for yourself with maybe one section and then try to move onto another and see where you get. It feels so great to accomplish things and check them off your list. Happy goal setting! And HAPPY FRIDAY!
Here is a favorite quote at our house on this topic: “When performance is measured, performance improves. When performance is measured and reported, the rate of improvement accelerates.” (Thomas S. Monson)