The second quarter of 2018 ends tomorrow. (I have no idea how it went so fast, yet I can barely remember New year’s Eve.) That makes it an especially good time to do a quick check-in on your new year’s resolutions.
Go find your list (that’s why you wrote them down) and honestly assess your progress. Where are you being successful? Where are you falling behind? Where should you focus your attention in the next quarter?
You have more than half the year ahead, so you can re-commit to your goals. Starting a resolution on January 1st is an arbitrary decision. What’s wrong with July 1st? Or August 17th? Or any other date that encourages you to commit to accomplishing the goals you have set for yourself.
My progress on my 2018 goals is generally good. I’m not taking quarterly classes as I’d hoped, and I have a few large tasks not yet begun, but I have completed some things and made initial progress on others. Time to re-commit and move forward.