Achieving Personal Goals 10 Minutes at a Time

We salute our recent goal achievers

Goal: Read a Book

I enjoyed this challenge so much and it works! I made it part of my daily schedule and even set up a reminder on my calendar!

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I believe I will be able to read regularly from now on.
- Telma -

Project: organize/archive family photos into albums

I give it a 10-minute whack at least a couple times a week. Knowing that I don't have to devote huge blocks of time to this tedious project makes it easier and more enjoyable to work on. It's also great to see the tiny little progress steps

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I'm able to achieve. Definitely my prescription for procrastination.

Goal: Find a new job

I started a new job recently that is exactly what I was looking for.Taking those 10 minute baby steps towards my goal really made a difference. The first step was just committing to 10 minutes to look over my (outdated) resume and making

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a few notes. I built on it from there ...10 minutes to send out an email to friends, etc."
- Linda -

Goal: Cleaned son's closet.

I knew I had to clean my son's closet because I was having a new Elfa organizing system installed in a few weeks. I took 10 minutes on a Saturday to see what I had to do. Realizing that I had to take everything out of the closet was

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a bit overwhelming but taking 10 minutes every other day for 2 weeks and I was ready for the installers!
- Kim -

Goal: Get my holiday card finished on time" or "...before New Year's"

Last year tackling the Christmas card didn't leave me feeling overwhelmed. One day I found a photo and that was it for that day! A few days later I did some online searching; the following day

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I found my old address list. So instead of getting it all done late into the night sometime in December as in previous years, I started with a really small task and the rest just followed". Laura, feel free to improve on the wording!
- Jackie -

Goal: Find time for quiet every day

"I call it 'Mom's morning minutes' -- I never think I have time to just sit and think. But then I worked it into the daily routine and now it's effortless -- after the kids leave for school, I take my cup of coffee and sit outside for 10 minutes. Some

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days I take the newspaper, some days I just listen to the birds. Then my day can begin..."
- Molly

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