By Helena Louw, Occupational Therapist
You’ve probably heard about the importance of defining your goals with specific, measurable outcomes which are achievable and relevant to your setting and intended to be reached within a particular time frame (aka SMART goals). Useful as this practice is, it may help more with determining exactly what you want and whether you’ve reached your goals, than with the act of reaching them.
So, how do you go from knowing what you want to achieve, to actually putting in the work and getting it done? When and where do you start? What do you prioritize? How do you make time for practicing your sought-after new skills, health-promoting hobbies or life-changing habits while still being swamped with everyday emergencies and clutter, both at home and at work?Continue reading “How to…actually reach those dreamy new-year’s resolutions”