Hello, 2024

I spent the last few months focusing on setting new goals for the year. I am trying to be more intentional about the goals I set for myself, whether big or small. Lately, I have found it difficult to accomplish simple tasks due to my mental and physical health. Getting through the day is a chore in and of itself, and finding joy in the little things is a struggle for me. So, big or small, setting intentional goals that spark joy in my life was key for 2024.

Thanks to TikTok creator @latinapreneur, I plan on turning my goals into a vision board. She has an amazing vision board technique and shares some amazing tips and tricks on manifesting your life. Follow her if you still need to, and try out her techniques. My vision board is still in the works, but I have set a goal to complete it by the end of the month.

My word for 2024 is JUBILANT. Jubilant means feeling or expressing great joy, to feel a feeling of great happiness because of success. I want this year to be all about feelings of jubilation all the time! I want to be in a constant state of extreme happiness and self-confidence every day in my personal and professional life. I am jubilant about whatever the universe throws my way and will succeed no matter how big or small it may be. 

Without further adieu, here are my goals for 2024.

Hobbies are my therapy.

Learn how to bake homemade gluten-free bread and master how to make it.

Sit down and write for 30 minutes a day.

Relearn how to use my fancy camera and start taking photos.

Make more journals to sell on Amazon.

Listen to an audiobook or read one book a month. Goal is to read 12 books in 2024.

Grow a chaos flower garden.

Take a bath 3 times per week.

Dream journal more.

Do affirmations daily. 

Listen to a podcast every day.

Grow a bunch of hydrangeas in various colors. 

Plant a lilac tree.

Learn how to crochet animal critters.


Save for the following categories: Emergency Fund ($1,000), Family Vacation ($1,000), and Travel Fund ($1,000).

Pay off car loan.

Pay off private student loan.

Make passive income by designing and selling journals on Amazon. 

Make passive income by designing and selling printables online.

Make income via LTK Creator, TikTok, affiliate marketing, and blog.

Start a UGC TikTok and Instagram account to make passive income.

Start an online printable shop on Etsy or on the blog to sell.

Career and Professional Development.

Learn grant writing.

Research grad programs. Start looking for scholarship opportunities.

Find a BIPOC mentor or coach.

Take three certification courses online.

Listen to Ted Talks or podcasts for professional development. 

Read one article a week on leadership for professional development. 

Wellness and health.

Work out 3 times per week for 30 minutes a day.

Go on a gluten-free diet.

Lean out the waistline. Drop one pant/jean size by my birthday.

Take better care of my skin.

Drink water!

Start mental health therapy. 

Get physically healthy from the inside out.

Figure out what's going on with my gallbladder.

Journal to get the thoughts out of my head and process emotions.

Always say yes to new adventures.

Go to the Oregon Coast. Depoe Bay, Coos Bay, and Ocean Shores.

Go hike in the Mount Rainer or Mount Hood National Forest. 

Weekend adventure somewhere like Seattle or Bend. 

Experience a Hot Spring in Washington or Oregon.

Go to the Painted Hills in Oregon and collect healing crystals.

Get out of the States and travel to the Caribbean. Island TBD.

Go on three random car drives and see where we end up for the day.

Home sweet home.

Buy a kitchen table. 

Buy curtains for the living room. 

Instal new hardwood throughout the house. 

Finish the landscaping in the front yard before the autumn season.

Pick a paint color for the kid's shared bedroom and decorate it. 

What are your goals for the year? Comment below, and let's keep each other accountable as we go into the year with a new purpose and more focus. Thank you for visiting the blog today and reading my goals and word for the year. I am sending you love and light and nothing but jubilant energy.


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