Goal setting for 2020!

by | Jan 19, 2020 | Blog | 0 comments

Welcome back and welcome to a whole new decade! I’ve been a bit slow off the mark, enjoying school holidays far too much but I am slowing getting back into the swing of it ready for an epic year!

The start of a new year always seems to bring new hope and dreams to be achieved, and the buzz around 2020 and a whole new decade seems to be hard to avoid so I’m going to lay out my goals here in hope that it might help inspire and motivate some of you.

If you had of told me 10 years ago, in 2010, when I was fresh new teacher starting out with my very first classroom, that I would be doing what I am doing now, I would’ve said you were crazy. But here I am living my hashtagbestlife 😉 loving what I do, helping others and enjoying the perfect work/life balance. I am seriously so grateful that I get to do this and it is only possible with all your wonderful support.

So here are my goals for this year and beyond. By writing them down and sharing with you I am setting my intentions and am hoping it will keep me more accountable!

Here goes…

I hope in sharing these that it helps motivate you to set your own goals to achieve this year because without a clear path of what we want in life we can often wander aimlessly, never truly reaching fulfilment and our full potential.

Aim big, cause anything less will still feel like success!

Now, what you can expect in 2020 from Teacher for a Day… more giveaways, more help to gain work, a new ebook (or two!) plus plenty more practical tips and ideas to help you succeed as a teacher. And please don’t hesitate to contact me to tell me what you want to see more of, I am here to help and serve!

Wishing you all a joyous and successful 2020 with an abundance of work for you all!

KELLY 🙂

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