How I visualize my goals (and how I sing!)

Visualize your goal in order to reach it! (Btw, I’m singing in the last video on this page! :D)

Visualize the small steps on the way to your goal.

Create signposts to guide you on your way to your goal.

Visualize your big goal as well as the signposts along the way.

My theme for the year: Go Easy! (+ me singing!)

Microbreaks are annoying but helpful

Microbreaks are helpful but annoying…

Microbreaks for neck pain – what I’ve discovered.

What I do during a microbreak.

This year, I’m setting intentions.

I like thinking of intention as a feeling I’d like to bring forward.

My husband is so excited to do the Yearly Review (NOT!)

Some of us are more excited than others about the Yearly Review! πŸ˜€

Review your calendar for next year. What do you have planned? What would you like to add?

Set some realistic goals and some fun goals for the new year.

Review your 2023 to do list throughout the year πŸ˜‰

What to do when your planning never seems to work out?

This is how we do the Yearly Review in our home

Having trouble doing the Yearly Review? Find a buddy! That’s someone who will keep you accountable and/or will do the Yearly Review together with you.

Having trouble doing the Yearly Review? Schedule it on the calendar!

This is how we do the Yearly Review in our home.

Why you should make and review your Yearly To Do list.

What would you like to change in the new year?

My theme for the Year: Go Easy!

What would you like your year to look like? Let’s design it!

Yearly Preview Part 1: What will I do next year?

Yearly Preview Part 2: What habits would I like to establish?

Yearly Preview Part 3: Will my year be in accordance with my priorities?

Yearly Preview Part 4: How can I improve upon last year?

Yearly Preview Part 5: What is your main theme or feeling for the upcoming year?

The Yearly Review: How was the last year for you?

This past week was all about the Yearly Review, my favorite topic of all!

Yearly Review Part 1: What went well this year?

Yearly Review Part 2: What didn’t go so well this year?

Yearly Review Part 3: If I could go back in time, what would I change?


Yearly Review Part 4: What feeling or theme belongs to this year for me?

Yearly Review Part 5: Was this year in accordance with your priorities?

Once you identify important goals in your life, it’s time to break them down into actionable steps. What tasks can bring you closer to your goal?

Design your holidays

What would you like your holidays to look like?

What are you going to do with any monetary gifts you receive these holidays (if any)?

Do you want to keep up one (or more) of your habits during the holidays, or would you rather take a break from all of them?

How to be flexible while respecting your non-negotiables.

What was your favorite activity this year? Can you do it again or recreate it during the holidays?

New blog post: Get specific with your priorities, so you can make your vision a reality. Set goals.


Happy holidays from us!

Your identity can help you effortlessly stick to a habit

The strategy of identity is very powerful in shaping our habits.

Your weekly reminder to ask yourself, “What is important to me?”

How to prepare for holiday expenses ahead of time.

Sometimes we need to be flexible in the moment in order to maintain our consistency in the future.

If you can’t reach for joy in the current moment, give yourself some grace. We aren’t always meant to be happy, and that’s okay.

The party continues: Preview the new month

The new month has started. It’s time for the Monthly Preview!

At the beginning of the month, it’s smart to prepare for this month’s spending and unique financial needs.

My personal approach is that I like to remove decision making for a habit via the calendar.

Should you be flexible and adapt, or should you stick to the schedule? Tricky question…

Guilt is an indicator to reflect, not a reason to immediately act.

Party time: Let’s do the Monthly Review!

Since it’s the end of the month, let’s do the Monthly Review!

At the end of the month, it’s time for the financial monthly review!

Modify a habit by removing decision making as much as possible!

When my son was ill, this is how I adapted my schedule to still get some stuff done.

Boundaries are not selfish. Mind is blown!

This was William’s birthday cheesecake!

It’s getting cold over here, so we brought tea on our latest hike. I managed to catch this priceless moment πŸ₯°