Instead of creating many goals for yourself, it’s even more important to reflect first on our previous year — learn from all our wins & lessons, and create a new vision and intention for the New Year.

As you look back on your year, are you currently feeling this way?

  • You feel like you haven’t done anything this past year

  • You look at your peers and they seem like they’re way ahead of you

  • You feel overwhelmed and not sure where to begin

  • You try to create many new year resolutions for yourself but not sure which ones are the most important

STOP whatever is going on in your head right now and repeat after me:

  • I am exactly at where I need to be right now.

  • I am patient, and I trust that everything is working in my favor.

  • I am on my own path. I will stay in my own lane.


Most people overestimate what they can do in a year, and underestimate what they can achieve in ten years. – Bill Gates


Please do not compare yourself with anyone else. We are all unique in our own ways and walking our own path. Do not compare your chapter 1 with someone else’s chapter 20.


















Before planning for the New Year, here are 7 questions to ask yourself:

For appreciating how far you’ve come:

1.What kind of person was I in the beginning of the year, and what kind of person am I now?

2. What were my proud moments (big & small) this year?

3. What lessons have I learned?

For being grateful:

4. What brought me joy this year?

5. Who helped me to be a better person this year?

For setting new vision and intentions:

6. What do I choose to let go of from this year, and what do I choose to bring with me into the New Year?

7. What 2-3 aspects of my life do I want to focus on in the New Year? (relationships, career, health, self care…etc.)

I hope you will find these questions useful! I recommend spending some time to answer these questions by writing them down or typing them out digitally.

Putting your thoughts into words are really powerful because this action allows you to step back and examine your own thinking as an outsider. Which is also why I highly recommend journaling as a tool for building mindfulness.

For even more guiding questions, I created a free 5-page workbook to help you create more clarity and set intention in the New Year. Grab a copy below.





What are you bringing with you into 2019?