Tips On Wrapping Up The Year #WorkingGirl
December is here, which means 2019 is right around the corner. #Workinggirls and jets use this month as a reflection month, to look back on your highs and lows of 2018. Take the mistakes you made and see how you can grow from them. Let’s avoid making the same mistakes in the new year. The things that made you happy this year, look into them more and find the root that caused that magnificent feeling.
Take this time to learn more about yourself, spend more time focusing on YOU! Take a break from your busy and hectic schedule to center your attention on your goals, dreams, and passions in life. Around this time everyone gets an extra kick of faith in life, going on a limb to start the business they always wanted. They finally get the courage to apply to that internship they wanted a few months back. Just the feeling of starting over and entering a new year brings a sense of relief.
Make it a point to surround yourself with POSITIVITY and nothing less! Be SELFISH with your time! GIVE BACK to the less fortunate in your community, it can be as small as buying a meal from McDonalds, Dunkin Donuts, the corner store, somewhere that sells hot food and water. Everything you wanted to do make it into your REALITY! Life is too short!
Start some of your goals you set for 2019 now, nothing is wrong with a head start. One of my goals was to start journaling. Recently I got my journal as a gift, made my first journal entry and felt amazed. Journaling is a way to reflect on your growth. Writing down all your accomplishments on a piece of paper is very refreshing; reminding yourself of how far you have came as an individual. In our 20s we underestimate a fair amount of our accomplishments because we overshadow them with the thoughts of doubt. Not automatically being the successful businesswoman, having your own restaurant, starting your own company, becoming a hip hop mogul because we want it immediately. The NOW factor creates a lot of those false ideas. NOW factor - what am I doing right now my friends are further then me in life, why am I still at this job (when you just graduated less then two years ago from college). Don’t compare yourself to others and focus on YOUR PATH. Everyone’s path is different.
Make an inquiry of journaling, getting better with your finances; aiming for the credit score you want. Travel the world get 5 countries off your list within 5 to 7 years. Accomplish your dreams you set for yourself when you were 16, 19, or 23. YOU GOT THIS! End of this year on a GREAT note! Let your heart and mind be pure.
xoxo The Working Girl