Setting meaningful and realistic goals-

As I mentioned last week I feel so passionate about Mummy wellbeing which is so much more than just fitness. I would like to discuss with you about setting meaningful goals this week and how to make it something you can stick at. A goal is defined as 'the process of deciding what you want to achieve over a particular period' or 'An aim or an end in mind'. This is a great next step after looking at the wheel of life last week, pick an area that interests you or you scored low on and lets make a goal.

We have all heard of SMART goals but I am hoping to build on the traditional SMART goal and make it stand out and get all your senses going.

We know that SMART stands for;

S- Specific/Simple

M- Measurable/meaningful to you

A- As if now/Achievable/All areas of your life

R- Realistic/ Responsible

T- Timed/ Positive towards what you want.

When you write your goal I want you to write it in the present tense as though it has happened for you already. An example around healthy eating could be; It’s 25th August 2017 and I am eating 5 pieces of fresh fruit and vegetables a day. I am healthier, my immune system is stronger and my complexion is glowing.

When you have come up with your goal I want you to picture you having achieved your goal. What does it look like for you? How do you feel? What are people saying about you or are you saying about yourself? What does it smell/taste like? Really imagine you having achieved this goal and make the picture bright and inviting and so that you can’t help but smile when you think about you having achieved this goal.

In life we attract the things that we focus on and pay attention to. So why not give it a go?

If you have any questions or would like to discuss what I have mentioned here pease do not hesitate to get in contact.

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