New Year, New...Never Mind

Happy New Year!

I came in to this year with disappointment and excitement. I'm disappointed with my current state of employment, but excited that I only have a year left in school. I decided to buckle down and increase the number of courses that I'm taking. It's going to be hard work, but I'm determined to have a degree sooner rather than later.

My job? I hate it. I hate that it keeps me away from my family. My old boss extended the offer to come back, but I don't want to be a paper pusher. I want to do something...meaningful.

I was supposed to choose a word for 2018, and I came up with...nothing. LOL! Absolutely nothing. I currently feel defeated.

I did opt for goals to accomplish instead of resolutions. Let's be many of us can really stick to a resolution? I felt like creating goals was a much better alternative. I plan to create a vision board for my office space.

I'm trying to make 2018 the year of change. I just have to find the motivation to make those changes, because they won't make themselves.

What about you? Did you set any goals for 2018?

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  • Amanda Nicole says:

    CHANGE! That's your word!

    One of my favorite quotes is from Zora Neale Hurston

    "There are years that ask questions, and years that answer"

    As you go through this year of change, keep this in mind. Maybe this year will answer some questions!

    Good luck, I'll be reading!

  • Jane says:

    I totally understand wanting to do something meaningful! I hope 2018 is kind to you. <3

    I don't set goals-goals, but I when I set out to achieve things, I don't share them much because then I am less likely to accomplish them.

  • Brandy says:

    You've got this, girl! Happy New Year. 🙂