What is your focus for this year? Have you considered choosing a word instead of New Year's Resolutions? It's a positive spin to help you stay centered on what is most important to you at this particular moment in time. Here are some ideas: hope, independence, play, balance, adventure, organizing, etc.
If you are interested in trying this out, check out this link for more information and ideas: Choosing a New Year's Word of the Year.
1. Start with the end goal:
What is the date of the exam? What is your home improvement project finish date?
2. Make a list of tasks:
Come up with a list of tasks needed to accomplish your goal. For exams, write a list of units or topics covered on the exam. Then make note of your study tools. For example, did the teacher provide a review sheet? Can you use the unit tests and quizzes to study? Can you use your study guides from each unit to prepare?
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