• KeiAuna Clay

Check in on Your goals

My uncle has told me from a young age that if I failed to plan, I planned to fail. Having a plan is needed to achieve goals. This was supposed to be the year to crush your goals, live your dreams, and serve your purpose. The beginning of the year is a great time to reset and start something new. Having a clear vision of what you want to finish in the new year is “kei”. Knowing your goals is truly important to success.

Now I don't have to go into detail about how 2020 has not been what was expected because...yeah. I truly believe that God did not put me here to calm the storm, but to remain calm in the storm. I have continued to try to push through with my goals even through these trying times. Around my birthday last year, I made a list of everything I wanted to do this year. EVERYTHING. Then picked 3.

Of your goals you set at the beginning of 2020, which ones have you accomplished?

This is my check-in for my goals. June came faster than I anticipated but hey. Here we are...

1. Read 50 Books.

I definitely have not been keeping up with this like I am supposed to. I have narrowed my book down to 5 books at this point. Instead of reading, I have began listening to more podcasts. If we are being honest, I have also been binging a looooooooot of shows.

2. Lose 25 pounds.

As of yesterday, I have lost 22 pounds!! DOPE. I am almost there. I made some waist beads and it feels pretty nice to watch them fall on my shrinking waist.

3. Pay off $10,000 of debt.

I should be at the $5,000 mark with paying off my debt and I am happy to say that I have paid off $4,500. I have been sticking to my budget, working my side hustles, and really being intentional about my journey to being debt free.

How are you doing on your goals? What are you going to do to make sure you get close to completing those goals? How have your goals shifted?


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