What Are Controlled Goals vs Variable Goals? (& Why You Need Both)

When setting goals, it is important to have a range of different goals. Not too many or you will get overwhelmed but enough to keep you excited and wanting to move forward. There are two types of goals you can set yourself. Controlled Goals and Variable Goals. In this post, I am going to tell you what the difference is between them and the importance of having both to keep you motivated and excited to achieve amazing things.

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5 Ways To Get Your Partner On Board With Your Goals

I am lucky in the fact that my fiance has always been my biggest cheerleader and our future dreams are completely in line. However, I know that others are not as lucky. Whether you want to lose weight, quit your job and travel the world or start a new career path. If you are struggling for your partner to see from your point of view and get as excited about your goals as you are then here are some tips to get them on board.

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How To Get Over a Shitty Situation Quickly

So the other weekend I went to the Bristol Harbourside Festival and had such a good day. We cycled in and then when we returned to where we had our bikes locked up we found that our locks had been cut and my fiance's bike was stolen. We were obviously upset and annoyed at the situation, however, we have handled it well. We were discussing how someone else might have reacted to this situation so thought I would share how to get over those shitty moments and move on. 

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How To Stop Overspending For Good

Today, I’m going to share the step by step method that helped my husband and I stop overspending and the one hack that’s made all the difference! If you want to meet your financial goals, awareness of your current spending habits is vital. To prevent this from happening again, I created an action plan that has helped us stick to our budget. Below, I’m sharing the 7 steps you can take to finally stop overspending:

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