The only way you’ll know though, is to see what’s there first.

STEP TWO: Watch this video (or at least the first 30-ish seconds) that some of my closest friends and I made for you…2016: The Year Our Family and Hearts Grew from Lara Casey– If you are a Power Sheets user, read through your 2016 Power Sheets!

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Here’s what you can expect in this five-part series: Each day, I’m going to walk through a mix of goal uncovering steps from my first book, (which you can sample here), the 2017 Power Sheets, and I have some new ones that we’ve never done before! They are great tools if you choose to use them, but if you only do this blog series, and use scrap paper to write your answers, that’s great too. If you are someone who has been stuck in indecision lately, or feeling fear about diving into new things, practice what I call, “making a mess! We just opened pre-orders for a small batch that will be in stock in the spring for the second half of the year. Friends, help me out here and cheer each other on, too.

The Power Sheets* and my book have many more steps, and helpful prompts, than I’ve listed in this series. Do you need the Power Sheets and book to have an intentional year? ” Use whatever you have available to write with, and on! Just dig in.*UPDATED: We sold out of all of the 2017 Power Sheets, and are blown away by the response this year! You never know who how your words might change someone! Include thoughts about what is good in each area, too!

But, the most important thing you should know about me before we start this series is this: I don’t write about goal setting because I love goal setting.

The words “goal setting” have often given me the heebie jeebies.

I’m so grateful for this series, and for all of you who join each year. 2016 was the hardest and very best year of our lives.

We had just matched for our adoption, and had no idea what the year ahead would look like.

One year ago today, I shared some big news with you.

(More on that shortly.)If you are new to this series, welcome—you’re in for a treat this year! I’m a mom to three, a business owner, and I live in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

I have a lot of things to take care of in my life (like you), and I don’t have room for a whole lot more (I’m guessing that’s like you too), and I get tense even thinking about the pressure to accomplish something beyond my current capacity ().