Guest List

      With 228 days left until my wedding I am starting to have A LOT to do! Talk about stressful! Everyone always says that this should be the happiest day of your life.. Yeah I am ready for the day to just be here already.

         I highly highly recommend finding a place that includes lots of things for your money. Weddings are not cheap!

8czAKeEcp           I just ordered invitations and now I have to finalize the guest list and probably makes some cuts. Having bigger families can hurt during guest list time! Especially when the hall can only hold so many people!

Figuring out who to invite and who not to invite has been tricky. We made the reception Adult only. if we allowed children to come that would be an extra 30ish guests! That adds up. Our cost is around $60 a person. By not inviting children we are saving $1,800!

What are ways that you have cut back on a guest list without hurting anyones feelings?

Goals!

How many of you set goals?

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I know I set a lot of goals for myself. Lately I have noticed people around me make goals as well however, they are not realistic! I tell people all the time set yourself goals but, make them realistic! If you make crazy goals and never reach them then you will always become upset because you don’t reach that goal. 

For example:

Realistic VS. Unrealistic:

  • loose 2lbs in a month VS. loose 10 lbs in a month –> 2lbs is much easier than 10lbs and if you loose more… BONUS!!

  • add 1,000 extra steps a day VS. add 5,000 steps a day –> again start off small and realistic think about what you need to do to reach that goal and see if it fits into your day!

  • (independent distributors) earn an extra $100 a month VS. earn an extra $1,000 a month –> I have learned this personally! Everything month is different! Aim low and be extra excited if it is higher!

When setting your goals:

1. Make them achievable: you know your lifestyle better than anyone else.

2. Aim Low: If you say today I will walk 3,000 steps and you hit 4,000 you will feel better than if your goal was 5,000 and you hit 4,000

3.  Don’t give up! : if you don’t reach a goal 1 day out of the week do not give up! Keep trying and use any anger or frustration you have to reach your goal the next day!

4. Set goals with friends: use your phone or a FitBit and do a competition to keep each other motivated!

This week I made a list of 18 goals to reach by this Saturday 11-7-15! Throughout the week I do occasionally add some goals. As of today 11-3-15  at 11:30 a.m I am down to 15 Goals! Fingers crossed that I stay motivated! 🙂 

What are some goals you have? Are there ones that you never seem to meet? What motivates you to reach your goals?