This has seemed like an incredibly long week. I find it kind of amusing that I use to dread the weekends because it meant I was stuck with The Hubby for two days straight. Now, I countdown to the weekend because I want the two days to not feel the pressure of having to write.
Not that I hate writing now because I still love it. I just am tired of feeling like I have to be churning it out in order to keep The Hubby from being able to say anything to me about it.
I realize, of course, that this is not the sign of a healthy relationship. I realize that something has to change and has needed to for quite a few years now.
Ironically, I wrote an article about "questions to ask yourself about goal setting" yesterday and I have to admit that while researching this....I actually found some information that I found very useful.
This one self-help guru says that instead of creating year long goals - that he creates 90-day goals instead. He feels that goals that goals that go over 90 days aren't as effective and after thinking about it --- he may be right.
I think it would be a lot easier to commit to 90 days of weekly exercise instead of thinking that I will have to do it for a year. Of course...at the end of the 90 days, you are suppose to make new goals, so there could be 90 more days and so on and so on.
This all kind of resonated with me, so I think I might give it a try. His suggestion is to have three personal goals and three business goals. He said that the personal goals are yours and yours alone, so you can keep them to yourself if you wish. The business goals, however, if possible...he recommends using a support team.
I'm thinking of starting this on October 1st. That will give me from October to December and then I can do another round starting on New Year's day.
Will this work? I don't know for sure, but I'm intrigued. I'll let you know how it goes.