If you have any lingering goals you want to accomplish this year, now is a great time to renew your focus on them. The last few months of the year are prime to buckle down on them, end on a high note and start off next year strong.
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Since you only have a few months left, you may need to adjust your goals to be a bit more realistic given the time you have. For example, instead of redoing your whole budget or trying to meet a huge savings goal, you could opt for an end of the year financial tune-up. Instead of trying to lose 10kg, adjust to hitting the gym twice a week for the rest of the year. Making an effort to wrap up side projects or jump back into personal goals ends your year on a productive note and gives you a fresh start to the new year. You’ll have a clean slate to set new goals, continue habits you built at the end of this year or start new projects.
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