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Hannah's Journey:

New week, new goals

My coach, Megan, gave me feedback from my post last week and reminded me change is the hardest part – that’s what most people are scared of, and I’ve overcame that. I used to feel like I had difficulty adapting to change and that it was always my biggest barrier. Now, in adulthood, people always notice and compliment my ability to adapt to change and be open to it as well. This has been motivating and a good reminder that I’m on the right track. I feel like I can overcome anything if I put my mind to it.

Recently, I relooked at my budget and wrote down my expenses on paper since I’ve made changes. I can see where I’m saving money, and I can also see where I can continue to make adjustments. Doing this has helped give me a visual of where I’m at, where I want to be and how I can improve. I’ve been able to set realistic goals working with what I have. I meet with my coach this week to discuss my new budget and set new goals into action. I still feel good about where I’m at, and I’m eager to reach the new goals that I set.