Do You write your goals down? How about your dreams? Or your thoughts?
Have you even thought about what your ultimate dream is? Like that out the ballpark, better than hitting the lotto dream.
Is it scary?
They say if your dreams don’t scare you then you ain’t dreaming big enough.
I personally think it’s true.
The things I have written down in my journal lately put my stomach in knots.
I don’t know what it would feel like if it came to life, but I am sure open to seeing it.
I have found and truly come to believe recently that there is so much power in choosing to write your goals down. Putting your dreams on paper. Or if you are like me, type them in a google doc on your computer or phone.
You’d be amazed what putting stuff out there in the atmosphere will do for you. And that’s true for good and bad alike.
So because today is make your dreams come true day I am gonna help you.
I am gonna give you 3 tools you can use to make sure you are documenting your dreams and goals.
3 Tools to Write Your Goals and Dreams
The notes app on your phone
When I was still team android I didn’t use the notes app much but when I jumped on team iPhone I loved he notes app because it synced with my iPad and MacBook. The notes app is a good starting point particularly if you use iPhone. My only reservation with android is I don’t know that you can take your notes with you without a hassle if you get a new phone.
When I first started using Evernote back in the day it was still free. I loved that you could sync across devices and platforms. It was installed on my android phone, my iPad, and my windows laptop. I could even use it in an internet browser.
But like most good things they don’t stay free for long.
Evernote still has free options which is where I am parked. But on the free plan, they now limit the number of devices you can use it for, and restrict certain dope features like the business card scanner. But I make it work.
It’s perfect for when I am on the go. I hate loosing my thoughts cause I didn’t have a paper handy.
I love that you can create different notebooks for different thing and then tag your notes and such. It’s like the digital journal junkie.
And I’m a journal junkie in real life so you can see the correlation.
Nonetheless create you a notebook. Name it dream. Put your dream notes in there and tag what they are about so when you wanna find them later ( and hopefully check them off as fulfilled) you can do so easily.
Google docs is a lot like Evernote. With a little less features but also less limitations.
It syncs across devices. And instead of notebook you can create folders. It doesn’t offer tagging and such. But it does the job. I use google docs for something different. Like writing my posts, like I’m doing now.
Good option and it’s free.99. Right in my budget.
Google docs actually syncs with your google/gmail account and so it is easily usable across a multitude of devices.
A good old paper journal
I told y’all I’m a journal junkie. If you saw how many I have you’d try to take one. My husband has told me I better not bring another darn journal in here until I fill up the pages of some of the ones I have.
Yea okay…. lol
For some things I just love sitting down with a pen or pencil and just writing it out.
If that’s your preference. Do it!!
I have give you 4 ways you can jot down your dreams and write your goals. You have no excuse. Go. Dream. And write em down. Tell the universe, “I dare you to stop me!”Put your dreams out there and tell the universe 'I dare you to try and stop me'... Click To Tweet
I’m gonna check back in. And soon, to see if you did.
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