Get ready to kick off a new year! This gratitude journal was created just for YOU! A space to get your ideas down on paper, to dream, goal set, and get creative!

 

Instead of setting New Year's resolutions, we are going to shift the way in which we view the year ahead. In this journal each month, you will be invited to set an intention. You will then write out three goals and clearly outline how you can move towards achieving your goals. Each month you can check in with the progress of your goals. Are you moving closer towards them? Does something need to change in order to reach your goals? This journal is intended to be a space for you to get clear on what is important to YOU! To support you in your growth game! YOU GOT THIS!

 

These journals have been provided through the generous support of our corporate partners. Let's pay it forward and send them a thank you post via facebook or twitter. Be sure to tag us in #agforlife.

 

AdFarm: https://www.facebook.com/AdFarm

Glacier FarmMedia: https://twitter.com/GlacierFarmedia

Nutrien: https://www.facebook.com/nutrienltd

Rocky Mountain Equipment: https://www.facebook.com/RockyMountainEquipment

TC Energy: https://www.facebook.com/TCEnergyCorporation

UFA: https://www.facebook.com/UFACooperativeLtd

 

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