the ultimate list of goals

the ultimate list of goal ideas

π’½π‘’π“π“π‘œ, 𝒹𝑒𝒢𝓇

maybe you want to do yearly goals for the first time this year (2020 is in 2 days!!!) or maybe you just need a list of ideas for monthly or weekly goals, this post is for you. I’ve always wanted to have a list to refer to when creating yearly and monthly goals, whether big or small. To make it easier to understand, I split up the goals up into different categories, so if you have a specific type in mind, look for that category. I hope this is helpful!❀


𝒢𝒸𝒢𝒹𝑒𝓂𝒾𝒸

  • learn a new language
  • get your grades up a letter grade (Bs to As, Ds to Cs, so on)
  • start taking notes in class
  • start a study plan/schedule
  • pick your hardest subject/class and set aside one day a week to focus just on studying for that subject
  • finish at least 10 books this year (or 20, or 50, or 100)

π“‡π‘’π“π’Άπ“‰π’Ύπ‘œπ“ƒπ’Άπ“

  • make friends that love and accept you for who you are
  • grow close to a few friends
  • get rid of/out of toxic friendships (but be careful and make sure you understand if the friendship is toxic or not)
  • call people you haven’t talked to in a while
  • make a birthday calendar
  • smile at everyone you meet

π“ˆπ‘’π“π’»

  • improve your self esteem
  • be open to criticism
  • learn from your mistakes
  • count your blessings
  • start gratitude journaling

π“ˆπ“…π’Ύπ“‡π’Ύπ“‰π“Šπ’Άπ“

  • memorize a chapter of the bible and review it every month
  • memorize a bible verse every month
  • read through your whole bible (or the old testament, or the new testament)
  • keep a prayer journal
  • make a list of bible verses for tough times

π“‚π‘œπ“ƒπ‘’π“Ž

  • do a money saving challenge ($10, $20, or $50 every week)
  • write down every purchase in a notebook
  • make a budget (and stick with it!)
  • give yourself a limited amount of money every time you go to the store
  • make a list of things you need/want to limit impulse buys

𝒽𝑒𝒢𝓁𝓉𝒽

  • eat more veggies/fruits
  • work out 3 times a week
  • start running
  • stretch every day
  • drink 6-8 cups of water every day
  • limit sugar/fried foods

I hope you get some ideas for your goals ❀ what are your goals this year? do you have any goals I should have put on the list?

 ❀ happy goal setting, christina

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10 thoughts on “the ultimate list of goals

  1. Love theseeeeee!! Ooh ooh how does a prayer journal work? Also, do people actually memorize the Bible? I know millions memorize the Quran but I’ve read some of the Bible before and it seems difficult to memorize. Like I might struggle memorizing the English transliteration of the Quran because it’s just sentences if that makes sense? But idk let me know that goes for you! ❀️ Yes to all these awesome goals!!

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    1. awww thank you! and those are some great questions. some people use prayer journals to write down requests they have/things to pray about, or sometimes people use them to write down their actual prayers. for memorizing the bible, you could do it with random verses you like if you have a certain one, or you could memorize a chapter you like. and yes that makes sense! I wish I could speak/read other languages so I could read other translations. it just doesn’t translate right sometimes!! I hope you can use some of the goals next year ❀️😁

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    1. thank you! those are some really good goals. I think I forgot to put writing goals in here… that’s super awesome! happy new year ❀️😁

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