I don't talk much about my Philly surburbs-based wedding and event planning business on here, but in honor of my business anniversary this coming April (turning 1!) I am taking this week to really begin setting goals for this next year.
Though resolutions are traditionally made around the New Year, Spring seems more appropriate to me... it's a time of rebirth and fresh beginnings (plus, I'm normally too busy mourning the Hallmark Channel's Countdown to Christmas ending).
You don't need to be a business owner to do this. Setting goals makes you more ambitious, because guess what? Once you hit that goal, you're hungry to hit another one. Below, you'll find a few of my personal goals. What are yours looking like?
Continue to Learn
Knowledge is power, and there's always more to learn. From classes to new books, I vow to participate in enriching opportunities that will stimulate, teach and encourage.
No, really. I need to start doing more - I'll take more fitness classes, take walks, make a conscious effort to eat healthier, etc.
Do More of What You Love
More reading, traveling, drinking tea, museum hopping, picnicking, etc. Life's too short to not make time for the things that feed your soul.