With the holiday season in fulll swing and the New Year right around the corner, many people begin to evaluate the past year and start thinking about the future. People think about what they had intended to accomplish in the past year and note the things that just did not get done. Then, they begin to look towards the New Year as a time to reset some goals and plan for the future.
It's a time for reflection and planning.
For me, I love the prospect of a New Year. It gives me the opportunity to take a look at what I accomplished (or did not accomplish) in the past year, both personally and professionally. It gives me a chance to re-evaluate my priorities. Are there things I wanted to get done but did not? Are the things I intended to do this past year still important?
The New Year gives me a chance to plan for the coming year. What do I want to accomplish THIS year?
I have always been an advocate of writing things down. At this time, especially, I find this true. I like to take some time and make a comprehensive list of projects and "To Do's".
That comprehensive list then gets planned out over the coming year. I pick my priorities, one by one, and work on them. When something is completed, I select another.
You might have set some goals last year and found you did not complete them as planned. Why not start fresh?
Do you need to do some home improvement projects? Do you want to lose weight and be healthier? Do you want to get your finances in order or get out of debt? Do you want to improve a relationship with a friend or family member? The choices are endless.
Do yourself a favor. Take some time in the next week or so and reflect on where you have been and where you want to go in your life. Start planning now for the New Year by setting some goals and create a list of the things you want to accomplish.
If getting organized is on your list, seek out the assistance of a professional organizer who can help you to set those goals and get them accomplished.
Enjoy this holiday season and the opportunity for a fresh start in 2013!