Let’s Set Some Goals :)

Talking to my Arbonne colleagues

Happy new year my lovelies!

When is it too late to say that?
Are we past the date already?
I hope not, because I haven’t said it enough yet.

I mean, it’s a new year right?

New year, new hopes, new goals, new dreams. Time to reflect, time to take stock and look back at what we did or didn’t achieve last year and how we can do better this time round.

It’s a fresh start isn’t it?

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So it’s time to set some goals… hmmm. Goals. Tough one for some and perhaps easy to set but harder to achieve.

A Goal without a plan is just a wish

Said someone clever.

I don’t know about you, but I find goals great. They’re motivating, they keep me on track and whilst I might not achieve all of the goals I set, they help keep me moving forward.

I have found it really useful to put my goals on little post it notes and stick em about the place. One on the fridge, one on the dash of the car. It helps me keep them front of mind and when I see them it prompts me to ask to myself, ‘what am I doing? Is this helping me get further toward my goal or not?’


Whatever you want to achieve this year, go do it. I believe in you, in all of you and I truly believe anything is possible. If you can see it in your mind, if you can imagine it, then you can achieve it.

So far this year I have had a great time. I got to share my story at an Arbonne training meeting and speak to a room full of lovely entrepreneurs. It floats my boat but I’m weird like that.

I have also been juicing!

Sounds extreme and I guess it kinda is but I got on the scales on new years eve and OMFG. Something needed to be done, so I spent the 1st 8 days of the year living on freshly pressed and blended fruit and vegetable juices. And nothing else. I seriously recommend the diet, it makes you feel great, you’re not hungry (apart from maybe last thing at night) and it has improved just about every aspect of my life. I have

  • Lost weight (5 KG in 5 days!)
  • Saved money on shopping
  • Skin is glowing
  • Loads of energy
  • Kicked the caffeine

I did a week, have had a week off (juicing one meal a day and eating healthily) and feel so good I’ve decided to do it all again so started another 5 day fast yesterday. I’ve followed a book by Jason Vale and can highly recommend it to anyone looking to feel better within themselves. I’ve also gone inadvertently vegan. Feeling chipper!

Have a super day!

Let me know whatcha think!