Being Intentional in 2021

Every year everyone says, “THIS IS MY YEAR” or “NEW YEAR, NEW ME”. 🙄🙄 (I’m not trying to be that person, lol)

This year I want to get rid of the term new year resolutions and set goals instead. One of my major goals this year is to: BE INTENTIONAL.

Being intentional means having the ability to visualize specific goals in the future that, if you achieve them, will make things bigger and better for yourself, your business, and your life. Having an intentional focus is a way of thinking about your business and life that's committed and purposeful.

For me, I’m starting my year off making a digital vision board. I’m writing down all my goals and things I want for myself. This is a form of self-care for me because it allows me time to reflect on the previous year and visualize the things I want for 2021.


My business, Sunday Rituals, is a HUGE part of what I want to focus on this year. I decided in November 2020 that I wanted to rebrand my business. I want GROWTH. I see growth within myself.

 Here are a few of my goals that I’m working to be intentional with:

  • Setting a Monthly Order Goal: I’ve seen this work for my sister’s business, and it’s something I want to be intentional with. 50 ORDERS/MONTH
  • Consistency: I want to be consistent in keeping up with my bi-weekly blog, the Rituals, and in addition, scheduling and creating the email and social marketing for the brand.
  • Promotion: Sometimes it’s hard as a business owner to promote your business because you feel like you’re pushing your business on others but I realize that I NEED TO BE THE BIGGEST CHEERLEADER FOR MY BUSINESS because no one else will.

I want to be able to look back December 31, 2021 and say that I KILLED every goal I set this year. Setting the goals isn’t the end of it. I need to make sure that every single day that I’m walking in my purpose and BEING INTENTIONAL with every decision I make.

I would love to hear what goals you are setting for this year.

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