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As 2009 comes to a close...

Thursday, December 31, 2009

I decided to go back to the very first blog that I wrote for the beginning of this year. I didn't accomplish any of the goals yet, but they are along the lines of the ones that I set for this coming year. I failed my goals for 2009 because I failed to keep myself motivated. I can't always depend on others to do the work that I know that I need to do. I didn't set mini goals because that is what keeps me pressing through the rough times. I didn't set an alternative goal in case I came across something that would block me from getting to where I needed to be in order to get the job done. I lost the confidence in myself to achieve the goals that I had set. I felt like a failure at times and gave up during the times that I needed to hold on a little bit tighter.

The difference this time around is that I feel and see a difference in me in the past few months that lets me know that I will accomplish the goals that I have set for myself. I know that it will be tough and there will be times that I will feel like giving up, but I will keep reminding myself the main goal at hand and that is to change myself for the better. I know that a year from now that I will be writing about how amazing my journey is and how I got through the rough patches. I know that I will make it this time for sure.

Here's to a healthier new year! emoticon
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    Good idea Think I will take a peak at my first blog of the year. You definetly sound armed and ready to tackle to new year.
    4185 days ago
    Let us kow how we can support you so that you stay the course...
    I know I need all the help I can get... Happy New year to you Bahama Mama!

    4185 days ago
    To you! And the amazing journeys you'll traverse in 2010! I can't wait to hear about them!

    Cheers! emoticon
    4185 days ago
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