Setting goals is easy, but it's much harder to accomplish those goals. There are lots of methods for going about this task, but I have always found that one simply needs the proper motivation. That's why I set goals and rewards! Here's how I use this simple trick to push myself toward success.

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  1. Read this just in time before I do a konmari kind of purge of all my possessions :p lTakes the pressure off on my goal to simplify, minimize and organize more this year!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      That’s great to hear Mavic! Enjoy the process 🙂

  2. Natascha Ratzlaff says:

    This will go into my new BuJo. I love it very much. Thank you for the inspiration!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Here’s to setting those goals and getting the rewards! Enjoy Natascha.

  3. Thanks for these advices (and all the other ones I read but didn’t comment on)… You’re a very nice inspiration, thank you !
    Greetings from France

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Thanks so much for reading Marion!

  4. Hey, really useful post! I like how you have a goal set for each little specific task. Also how you decorated the goals list.

    Nice work, keep it up!



    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Thanks so much Alex!

  5. I needed this. I’ve been stuck- stuck in using my BuJo- stuck in going forward with planning and getting things planned, completed and done. I think this is exactly what I need to do to turn the tables on this slump. Tomorrow is a new day & I will start fresh with setting goals and rewards to go with them to help motivate me to move forward. Thanks for the encouragement. I’ve done this before – but didn’t think about it again until I read your post.

  6. As a guy, I’m currently using your morning inspirations to work on multi-tasking to accomplish a lot in the first
    couple of hours each day. Next I’ll move on to your goals and rewards, thinking of a nice massage as a reward.

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      That sounds like a wonderful reward to me. Enjoy!

  7. I just want to say that your blog and instagram have been a great source of inspiration to me. I started bullet journaling pretty recently and now I’m teaching myself to watercolor. I’m going to implement this reward system like right now. It’s so hard to get motivated sometimes, but I think this will make it much easier! Thanks for the post!

    1. I’m thrilled to hear that, Jessicam! This rewards system has been so helpful to me, and I’m sure you will find it is the same for you. I hope you have fun setting new goals and hitting them!

  8. I love these beautiful pictures! Rewards really help me reach my goals. Except I have a problem with giving myself two days worth of unhealthy eating for my five days of eating better lol. I also like the idea of writing down our goals and rewards next to each other. A couple years ago I made a photo frame craft to write down my bucket-list goals. It’s not as pretty as yours, but here it is

    1. That’s lovely! It’s great to have your goals out and visible all the time. That’s one of the downsides to keeping everything in a journal – you have to flip to it to see it!

  9. Beatrice Stackhouse says:

    I was looking for a new method of goal setting. I’m going to introduce Goals & Rewards to a group of extraordinary women that I meet with. I believe it will be a hit. Thank you.

    1. I’m so glad you enjoy the method, Beatrice! And I sincerely hope that the ladies you meet with find it as helpful as I do. I work harder for a new tube of lipstick than is probably dignified, but what can a girl do :lol:?

  10. I continuously struggle with goals and motivation. I am super with helping someone else,but wow!not on mine. Here’s to hoping you have helped me yet again. As always,you inspire!

    1. Thank you so much, Ellen! Sometimes it’s hard to take your own advice and you just need someone else to say it to you. I hope you rock your goals and find that awesome motivation!

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