What if there was one tiny thing you could do today that would transform your life in the coming year? What if I told you that it’s so simple, you already have everything you need to begin today? Would you commit to giving it a shot for the next thirty days?
This simple path to transformation really does exist. All you have to do is take deliberate baby steps each and every day. Decide what you want, then pick one thing you can do in just five minutes today that will get you closer to your goal. Do one thing each day for the next year and your life will transform before your eyes.
How do I know it will work? In 2011, my husband, Jer, and I got ultra intentional about changing our lives. Over the years we’ve achieved optimal health, developed stronger relationships, and found a new level of financial freedom. But the real proof comes from readers and clients who have used the same process to transform their own lives.
These ten posts will inspire you to start living more intention and authenticity. They’ll uncover surprising benefits that come from achieving your goals. And they’ll challenge you step out of your comfort zone and start living life on purpose.
The first five posts were the most popular articles I published this year. The last five were most impactful for me to share. I highlight the key points for each
Hands down the most popular post I published this year. A generous reader shared her personal story about how she transformed from one of the lowest points in her life to a life filled with success, happiness, and good health.
One of the best pieces of advice she shares is to START! Start somewhere. Start anywhere. It doesn’t really matter where just pick one small thing and start today.
I’ve stayed in touch with Mary throughout the year and she continues to improve each day. Even though she experienced some setbacks, she’s in great health, enjoying life, and earning more than she has in years. She’s truly an inspiration and I’m grateful to have had the
A big part our own personal transformation came from taking control of our finances. I know firsthand how hard it is to do your best when you’re worried about making ends meet. Rather than challenging yourself professionally, you try not to rock the boat. Rather than making decisions that align with your values, you do what you have to do to make ends meet. But what if there was a better way?
In this post, I highlight ten things that will inspire you to create financial freedom in your own life. At the end of the post, I pose some questions to help you define what financial freedom means to you. Those simple questions will help you create an intentional plan to achieve your financial goals in the New Year.There is absolutely nothing I could buy that has as much value as living with financial peace. Click To Tweet
Before you non-campers skip on by, let me clarify something. This post isn’t as much about camping as it is about courage and stepping out of your comfort zone. Nearly all of these tips relate to life transformation.
Trust your gut.
Believe that people are good.
Just say no.
And have a plan.
This post is jam-packed with sage advice for anyone looking to live with more freedom and intention.
What’s the simplest way to transform your life next year? Take tiny deliberate steps, each and every day.
In this post, I quantified how my small daily habits added up over the course of a year. For example, meditating daily added up to 63 hours in one year. That’s a lot of Zen.
It’s as simple as creating the habit and being consistent. This post will help you do both.
In 10 Surprising Benefits of Financial Freedom, I shared real-life examples of how financial freedom can transform your life. This post includes 103 practical ways to start taking action today. If changing your financial situation is one of your goals in the New Year, pick one thing from this list and start taking baby steps today.
These last five posts were the most meaningful for me to share.
In this post, I laid out ten rules for my business and what you can expect as a client. This was a wonderful exercise that allowed me to communicate my values. I challenge you to create a list of your own promises.
Keep your list handy as you work to transform your life. Reference it often to make sure the goals you’re working toward
Want to really transform your life in the coming year? Learn to love yourself as much as you love others.
Think of the person you love more than anything. When they screw up, how long does it take before you to extend your love and grace? Now, how about when you screw up? Do you forgive yourself just as quickly?
Learning to love and support yourself is an important part of living an authentic and meaningful life. As soon as we are able to fully love and accept our authentic selves, we are then able to share that love with others. This post is filled with tips to help you nurture a stronger relationship with your unique and wonderful self.
Travel isn’t for everyone. But those of us who love it are keenly aware of travel’s ability to transform us. This post highlights my top tips that will help you spend wisely so that you can travel more.
These last two posts are by far my most personal. Over the last two years, I’ve learned that sheer determination can only get you so far. Eventually, you’ll be forced to do some inner work.
When I was in school and had a “real” job, my perfectionism served me well. Teachers raved about my work. And the extra work I put into professional projects earned me higher than average raises. But once I went out on my own, perfectionism stopped me dead in my tracks.
Whether you’re a perfectionist or not, these tips will help you get what you want in the New Year. I share ideas that will help you when you feel like you’ve fallen behind. Where ever you are on your journey, these tips will help you transition to the next phase.
This was the most difficult post I wrote this year. I procrastinated for months and rewrote it half a dozen time. Sharing the limiting beliefs I had about myself wasn’t easy. But if it helps one person, it was worth it.
Here’s the thing about limiting beliefs—We all have them. The sooner you start working through them, the sooner you’ll be able to transform your life and help others do the same. In this post, I share simple tips and personal examples that will help you get closer to living the life you deserve.
Knowledge is power, but nothing changes without action. Take your time and read through these post. Print them, highlight them, post them on your mirror and fridge. But before the day is done, be sure and take action.Knowledge is power, but nothing changes without action. Click To Tweet
Before you move on with the rest of the day, write down the one thing you want to change more than anything next year. Now write down one tiny thing you can do today to get there. Then schedule time in your calendar to complete the task and actually do it. Repeat this for the next thirty days and then celebrate how far you’ve come.
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