Download this FREE Printable New Year’s Resolution Letter and Envelopes and write your goals for the year. Don’t open until next year and see what all you achieved in one year!
I’ve been working harder at being more intentional with my goal setting this year. I like to write things down, which is why I have goal setting printables like my 2017 Calendar (I also have a simplified version) and this hand lettered goal setting worksheet. This New Year’s Resolution Letter is really fun because you can’t open it until the following year. I created the SVG Files so you can cut them out with your Cricut Explore! I can’t wait to see what 2017 has in store! 2016 was a little rough, to be honest.
I didn’t want to share this on the internet, but my husband has been living in Las Vegas during the week since February. I have a new appreciation for single moms and military spouses. Doing it all, work, cleaning, cooking, homework, bed time…everything by myself was HARD. So much harder than I thought it would be…but I believe that trials give you strength and I’m grateful for all this has taught me. It made me realize how much my husband does and I appreciate him being home now more than ever.
I also had a lot of free time to focus on my business. If my husband was here, I doubt I would have created my Basic Printable Design Course. I did most of the video recording at night when I knew no one would be making any noise, so I’m glad I had time to grow in that area. My design course is one of the most profitable areas of income for my blog and it’s something I’m really proud of! Don’t get me wrong…I would have rather had my husband home during the week, but at least some good things came out of this!
I still haven’t decided what I’m going to write to myself. I think I’ll be telling myself to stop and enjoy more in the moment, that editing those pictures can wait, and that family is the most important thing. Farewell 2016. You were a fabulous learning experience, but can’t say I’ll miss you 😉
Download the FREE New Year’s Resolution Letter and envelope files:
For PC Users, unzip the file before opening in Cricut Design Space.
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