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Wrap The Year Up With A Bow

All About Acceptance, Appreciation, and Achieving
Susan Vernicek
Written by Susan Vernicek

I believe the goal is to not set a resolution because it can put too much pressure. Instead, make a list of goals for the year and give yourself a year to take action.

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This month Susan Vernicek shares a few tips on how you can feel good about wrapping up the year with a bow.



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Every year I feel like the year ends in a rush. A rush to finally get the house decorated for the holidays, the rush to gather all the gifts and wrap them just before you leave for the party, the rush to complete that goal you had on your list, or the rush to live a more balanced life like you said you would conquer last year.

Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to wrap the year up with a bow and have that big sigh of achievement? According to Steve Shapiro a small percentage of resolution setters meet their goals.  I believe the goal is to not set a resolution because it can put too much pressure. Instead, make a list of goals for the year and give yourself a year to take action.

I believe that no matter how your year went and if you started with the below tips, you’d be able to wrap the year up excited with a bow.

1. Remaining Goals:  Towards the beginning of December start a list of your remaining goals for the year.  Yes, that’s only 30 days!  So light that match under you’re a$$!  Look at your list and prioritize it.  What is most important to you to accomplish? Is that goal attainable?  After you create your list and prioritize, make your first two goals come to fruition. Take action each day to accomplish them and the remaining list will be the start of your following year’s goal.

2. Connect Offline:
It’s the perfect time to take a break from the online world and connect offline.  Make an effort to pick up the phone and call all your friends and family to catch up and connect. Set a goal for your weekly calls. Maybe it’s 3 calls a week or a phone call each night. It will feel good to connect and hear the voices of your loved ones.

3. Reflect: It’s always nice to reflect on your year. Carve out some time to journal about all the amazing things that happened and reflect on the positive moments.  Think about all that you achieved like getting up every single day to go to work, paying your bills, loving another, caring for your children, husband and/or parents.

 

Susan Vernicek – Founder & CEO

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About the author

Susan Vernicek

Susan Vernicek

Facts about Susan Vernicek:
• She’s happily married and a mother of twins.

• She’s tried almost every fad diet back in her quick-fix days, admits at age 34 it’s a struggle to work hard on overall balance and is focused on not giving into the unhealthy fads we see daily.

• She’s all natural with natural blonde hair, uneven breasts, a bigger nose, and full of curves that she learns to appreciate more and more each day.

• She had a career where part of her job was staring at herself 40 hours a week manipulating her very own face as well as others.

• She’s the youngest of 7, ranging from 30-50+, an Aunt, Great Aunt and even younger than some of her nieces and nephews!

• She’s traveled and seen over 8 countries and spent a summer in London finding her passion and embracing life.

• She created S&J Identity, Inc. AKA Identity Magazine, having no business background and at the age of 25.

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