Designed for goal-keeping…
Keeping a journal is a great way to track progress and reflect on a goal.
…on the go.
Not enough time to write? With The New Year’s Resolution Journal, just use brief notes, sketches, or reminders to help keep your momentum and your resolution.
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Dream big, but be specific. Your goal is more likely to be specific if it includes numbers, dates, or a milestone.
Little goals that you can complete in a day, week, or month will add up to a bigger goal met later on.
This can be as simple as putting a checkmark in a journal at the end of a successful day. When you get in the habit of marking your progress, you’ll be more likely to stay motivated.
Rewards can be a splurge like a weekend getaway, new outfit, or dinner at your favorite restaurant. They can also be time spent with a favorite book or trying something new. Use rewards that matter to keep you motivated.
Use The New Year’s Resolution Journal to keep daily reflections—these can be sentences, drawings, notations, checkmarks, or whatever you choose. This journaling is meant to be quick and easy.
Break your resolution down into little goals that you can complete in a day, week, or month. These will add up to a bigger goal met later on.
If you're starting a resolution in the middle of the year, use this calendar to track your resolution days and months.
Reward yourself for a job well done.
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