05 Dec Mom’s have goals too
whom I adore and love very much, but I found myself feeling like a lot of my life goals had become lost in the shuffle of living life in “survival mode”. I was just doing what
needed to be done in order to take care of the kids, the house, and everything
in between; leaving myself and my goals at the bottom of the priority
list.Taking Michelle’s class taught me how to effectively make and write down
goals that I felt were achievable in my busy life. I wrote goals for five different areas that I wanted to work on. At the end of that year I found that I
had accomplished or made significant progress towards accomplishing a goal in each of those five areas. That was the first time that had ever happened for me. It was an awesome feeling knowing that I had made and met goals that helped me grow and develop as a person. I now have the confidence to continue
working on achieving other things on my “bucket list”.