A lot of bloggers are doing a new year’s post, and I was inspired by MillennialLifeCrisis and her blog post, so here’s my retake for 2019.

One thing I would like to acknowledge first is that 2019 was fundamentally better than the shocking year I had before where I was facing the possibility of losing my job. I won’t linger on this topic for long suffice to say that 2019 was almost a complete reversal of 2018. And I am a lot happier as a result.

In terms of goal setting, I surpassed some and some of my goals kind of went wayward and were replaced by others. I guess that is how life works. Setting goals should allow for flexibility. You can never know what is around the corner and I learned that it’s good practice to remember that. Unforeseen life events may change your perspective on almost anything and everything! Life can hit really hard some days, and you have to be willing to roll with those punches and come out the better for it – you have to at least try. You can never predict what will happen in the days to come and you’ll be a lot happier without worrying about things you cannot control (like your job security, to a degree).

So this year, in light of what I’ve achieved and done in the past year, I only have one goal and that is to move out of the 9 – 5 employment model and into a 100 per cent Work From Home existence. I am already working from home three days out of the five with it looking to increase to four this year. The beautiful thing about this is that I have a lot more time to work on what I actually want to do so I can leave my current job. That is the only goal I have set myself this year and it’s a big one. So I am not going to set myself any others until I’ve done all I can to achieve this one.

I would also finally like to mention that I have met and made friends with some very awesome and talented people this year here on WordPress and in other social media circles and I am so grateful for their kindness, wisdom and support. I am not a very open person by nature (once you get to really know me) so to connect with these amazing people is just incredible.

I wish you all the best for 2020 my friends and thank you all again โค๏ธ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’œ

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  1. Happy New Year โค I am glad to hear that 2019 was much better for you than 2018 – that means you're on an upward swing and 2020 can only get better.

    Wishing you luck, strength and patience as you tackle your goal for the year ahead. Working from home can be stressful, so I hope everything works out the way you want!

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    1. Thank you so much! Yes, I think I made the best decision to only have one goal this year ๐Ÿ˜… All the best for your year ahead also! I look forward to reading more of your wonderful and insightful posts ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’™

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  2. If you need help with setting up your own business or freelance from home… Let me know! I’ve been a virtual assistant for over 5 years and work from home. Happy to help or have a phone conversation should you need it!

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