My February goals: 2016

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February goals for 2016

Thank you to all (friends, family, fellow bloggers in FB groups, readers) for their kind words and support. Break ups are never easy but it’s always nice to know there are people all over the world ready to reach out and show their support, so thank you.

Today I wanted to share my February goals but since I wasn’t really up for a regular video this weekend, I did something a little different but hopefully you’ll enjoy just as much!


What are your goals for this month?

Any advice on making sure I achieve mine?



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18 thoughts on “My February goals: 2016

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    1. Katie Post author

      Twisted! 🙂 (Which I think we’re already figured out) But I noticed a couple others in the area that also have trials so I might try them next before making a decision on my favorite but I really like this one!

  2. Jenny

    Awesome goals!
    Good luck with them 🙂
    Make sure to link-up with Brittany from Southern Soul and I tomorrow for our monthly goal-setting link-up!

    xoxo, Jenny

  3. Rica

    Very cool ! My goals change daily, but I’d like to start hyperfocusing on what’s important to my soul and not just tacking the “busy work.” Sometimes reading a good book is more productive than running a few miles. It’s a matter of listening to the need. I’m enjoying your blog, by the way. ?
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  4. Ashley LaMar

    I love when people share their goals and focus. I find that when I write goal posts I hold myself more accountable than I do on the months when I think about goals but don’t actually share them with my readers. Good luck with yours for February (but I’m sure you’ve got this).

    1. Katie Post author

      Yes, for sure! You want to go back to people and be like “LOOK, I DID IT!” vs “Um…well…so…yeah…those didn’t happen.” 😉

  5. Susie @ SuzLyfe

    Well, at the risk of sounding crass (and you know that I am not meaning to sound that way at all!), put the time that you would have spent on him, on you! Take that time and turn it into something productive, like your eBook. I know, I know, easier said than done. But maybe try to set aside 30 minutes a day for your book. You do it for physical exercise, why not mental exercise?? You got this, and know that if you need a little escape to Chicago…
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