It’s the end of the first month of 2019, and now I’m finally getting around to penning down my 2019 goals 😉 Upon reflection of 2018, I noticed a lot of my goals were transferable to 2019. After all some things in life just take that tad bit longer. 😉
#1. Get a new job in Project Management world!
It’s time to break back in the people, work and tech world. Enough said!
And this year I’ve definitely broadened the search scopes from legal clinics, unis, councils even hospitals 😉 Only a matter of time before it happens.
Till then really looking forward to the long-awaited reunion with my old team! Yay! 😉
Dream team reunites!
#2. Set a health routine that actually works.
Possible health classes, I always see them at Fed Square but have yet to have made it consistently. I’ll just pick one and start small =D
This one is really important to me, not only to ante up my immune system (mostly likely why this asthma cough is taking yonks to go) but to also help me decompress from life stress.
#3. More regular finance catch ups.
Really got to nail this one! If only there was some automated way but not to link it to my bank account😉
#4. Remember to maintain a straight posture.
And not crossing legs! Sadly in 2016, I had this down pat but went backwards in 2017 and 2018 XD
#5. US 2020 celebratory trip 😉
I seriously can’t believe it’s 2019!
#6. Take the year challenge…
Saw this epic Instagram post by The Female Hustlers and completely ❤ it! Decided to pick 2 monthly goals off the post to make 2019 awesome! =)
Feb picks are #24: Express gratitude more and #10: No social media before lunch/after first hour waking up 😉
Why not check it out and have a go at the 30 day minimalist challenge yourself? 😉 Or make it monthly like me =)
#7. Write a book review of my huge library collection once a month =)
Those truckloads of books from 2017 never got all read or reviewed, so time to make a change! 😉
2018 goals crushing 😉
The two keys goals that I scored on was:
1). Not take people for granted:
Which I am super happy about! It’s one of the challenges of being an INTJ – getting too task fixated and forgetting the make time for people in my life. If 2018 has taught me anything, good friends and family is what really matters the most 😉
2). Revamp my sleeping schedule.
With moving back home, it has become way easier!