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I still can’t believe it’s 2019 and the end of January. I honestly feel like the new year came so quick I didn’t have time to prepare. Hence, the blog post coming out so late!

The last couple of days of December I was freaking out. I didn’t have any clue of I wanted to accomplish for the upcoming year and I was perfectly fine with that. A couple of years ago I decided to stop doing resolutions and come up with goals for the upcoming year.


Goals are interchangeable. I feel like that’s great when you’re still trying to figure out what the heck you want to do with your life. It’s a good idea to at least start somewhere. So with that being said take a look at my goals for 2019. I hope this inspires you to go for whatever it is you’ve been thinking about or wanting to do.

  1. Life Style Change- I want to continue to change physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. To me this is an ongoing thing.
  2. Get my finances together- save, invest, pay off debt, tithe, and have multiple streams of income.
  3. Relationship- growth, support, communicate, trust, love, grow, prepare to be united, build, and spend time.
  4. Spiritual growth- more time in prayer, pray for my love ones,cont. to read my study bible, seek god first, and pray out loud.
  5. Family- remain close, enjoy time together, love hard, cherish moments.
  6. Travel- outside of the country, within the states, a major trip is a must for me. This grown life requires a vacay!
  7. Blogging- continue to create content, engage more, build brand, provide helpful resources, inspire others ,and ROCK THE HELL OUT OF MY SOPHOMORE BLOGGER YEAR!!
  8. Share products-more info coming soon.
  9. Complete Certification Program- Digital Entrepreneurship.
  10. Schedule speaking engagements – I’ve already confirmed two whoop whoop!
  11. Host my annual empowerment event – Battle of the Sexes
  12. Enjoy and learn more about fashion – try new things, just have fun with style.
  13. Enjoy life- stop sweating the small things, let go of grudges that’s old and went out years ago it’s 2019!
  14. Read more- that’s self explanatory
  15. Practice self care once a week – Everyone needs time to themselves
  16. Continue to learn both personal and professionally – because knowledge is power.
  17. Workout- It’s 2019 and I’m still struggling smh… but I did sign up for the gym step one (check)

For now this is the start of my goals for the year. I’m 100% positive things will change and more goals will be added. So here’s to a New Year, with new goals, and possibilities.

Until next time loves,

XOXO Tiffany


19 Replies to “Blogging in the New Year”

  1. Time moves fast, I know just not too long ago,I was looking forward to christmas and now as you say, it`s already end of January 2019.Love your outfits.

  2. Really great goals. What usually helps me is adding dates to my goals to give myself a sense of urgency as well as keep me motivated throughout the year. All the best with your goals.

  3. I’ve also come up with a list of goals for 2019, it was quite long so I made a new one with my priorities at the top and if I don’t reach all the goals at the bottom I won’t beat myself up.

  4. Those red boots are on point! It’s crazy how fast time moves. Cherish every second you can and take everything one day at a time.

  5. These are wonderful goals! I have some of the same goals. Number 4, 5, and 7 are three of mine that we have in common. I pray that you accomplish all of your goals! I love your dress in these pictures, it is beautiful!

  6. Good luck on your goals this year! I really like your idea of not setting resolutions, I have also chosen to focus more on growing spiritually this year, but without the added pressure of setting deadlines! Let the good times roll!

  7. I also can’t believe how time flies so fast. I also dis not set any resolution for this tear but I do have some goals for myself that I want to achieve.

  8. I’ve got a few changes I’ve tackled in the new year as well. Sounds like you’ve got a great list rolling! Good for you!

  9. I like to think of every day as a chance to achieve my goals or make a change. This way no matter the month or year, I don’t feel so overwhelmed with the pressure to come up with resolutions.

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