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Do I have a roadmap?

Think of life like a road trip. You will have many adventures along the way, and the choices you make will determine the direction you head in next. You are now in a position to make choices about different things (big and small) in your life. To make these choices, it’s helpful to have a roadmap. Everyone’s roadmap is different. Your roadmap is designed based on your values, your goals, and how you want to live your life each day.

Some people have thought a lot about what they want to do and who they want to be, but it’s okay if you don’t know where to start—we’ll help you!

Let’s get started building your road map.

Where do I want to go?

First, narrow down the possibilities of where you want to go on your road trip. Take a look at the “big picture” goals of your life. What’s most important to you, and what would you like to accomplish? This will help us figure out how to build your road trip based on the things most important to you.

Choose one of the five routes below that you’d like to explore. If you’d like to start over, come back to this page at any time.

School and Work
Home and Family
Friendships and Other Relationships
Free Time and Activities
Health and Wellness

Okay, you chose the School and Work route. Select the goals that fit most closely with what you would like to accomplish in this area.

I want to get good grades and do well in school
I want to go to college
I want to find a good job that pays well
I want to find a job that I really love to do
I want to find something I am good at and make a career out of it
I want to be the best in a profession (for example, a great athlete, musician, scientist, etc.)

How will I get there?

To achieve your goals, you have to make decisions each day to ensure that you are doing things that get you closer to meeting your goals. So, to reach your big picture goals, it’s helpful to identify the small, manageable steps that will get you there.

For example, if you said “I want to have a boyfriend/girlfriend,” but currently aren’t very social, the first step might be to find ways to meet new people so that dating can eventually become a possibility. Here are some examples of how some people have made small, manageable steps to reach their big picture goals:

Example Goal: I want to spend more time with my family .

I will take the following steps to meet this goal:

  • Talk with the family member who I am closest to and tell them I’d like to spend more fun time with him/her
  • Brainstorm with him/her to see what ideas we come up with together (for example, scheduling 1 meal; making time to take a walk)
  • Set aside a time each week to do the planned activity

Example Goal: Try to date.

I will take the following steps to meet this goal:

  • Select an activity (for example, hiking club; soccer team; dance) that I like to do and that is also social so that meeting people is easier (we can just focus on doing things we love to do, and not feel so pressured)
  • Talk with my friend about wanting a “wing” person to help me go out and meet some new people
  • Go out more with groups of my friends so I can just get comfortable meeting more people

Setting expectations that that are too big or too difficult to reach can cause you to crash and burn. This kind of disappointment often leads people to just give up. Remember, take it slow and enjoy the trip along the way!

Identify three manageable steps you can take based on the following goals you selected.

My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:






My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:






My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:






My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:






My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:






My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:






How do I deal with bumps in the road?

There are some pretty common things that people say create challenges on their road trip that make it more difficult to meet their goals. Take a look at some of these challenges. Think about what you can do to get over these bumps in the road.

Which of these common challenges do you think will cause bumps in the road as you work to meet your goal?

I don’t have a good school/work-life balance
I find time management at school/work difficult
I have a conflict in personal relationships at work/school
I don’t have personal connections at work/school
I don’t spend time doing what I am most interested in or want to do

Who do I want on my road trip?

To better achieve your goals, it is helpful to find the people who provide sources of strength and support who can help you along the way.

As you think about the goals you’ve set, ask yourself:

  • Who are the important people in my life that can help me to meet these goals?
  • What do I need them to do to be supportive of my goals?
  • How do people in my life get in the way of me meeting these goals?

Asking others for support can sometimes get tricky, but here are some tips about how to select the best supports and how to ask for help.

Alright, who do you want to take with you on you road trip for support?





Choose the words that best describe you

Adventurous
Ambitious
Aggressive
Anxious
Awkward
Brave
Cautious
Creative
Clever
Confident
Content
Curious
Dependent
Disorganized
Easy-going
Excited
Focused
Funny
Impatient
Impulsive
Independent
Introverted
Kind
Lazy
Organized
Outgoing
Passive
Perfectionist
Playful
Practical
Relaxed
Solitary
Quiet
Serious
Skillful
Shy
Spontaneous
Talkative
Thoughtful
Warm
Worried

 

fill your backpack with all the words that would describe you.

Adventurous
Ambitious
Aggressive
Anxious
Awkward
Brave
Cautious
Creative
Clever
Confident
Content
Curious
Dependent
Disorganized
Easy-going
Excited
Focused
Funny
Impatient
Impulsive
Independent
Introverted
Kind
Lazy
Organized
Outgoing
Passive
Perfectionist
Playful
Practical
Relaxed
Solitary
Quiet
Serious
Skillful
Shy
Spontaneous
Talkative
Thoughtful
Warm
Worried

 

It’s time to travel

Your bags are packed, you have a roadmap, and you’ve got your support crew—you’re ready to go!

Whenever you want to start your adventure, go for it. Start by tackling one of the plans you made to better meet your goal.

Things to remember:

  • No plan works perfectly the first time around. Make sure to save your roadmap. In time, you’ll learn which parts of your plan work well for you and which don’t. You may need to tweak your plan a little to make it work for you.
  • Stay upbeat; try not to get discouraged if one strategy doesn’t work as you had expected. Think about how you might make it work better the next time and try it again.
  • Change it up if things aren’t working. If your plan still isn’t working well for you after a few attempts, try another strategy!
  • If you find that a challenge was pretty easy to tackle, stay with it for a few weeks to make sure it sticks. If it does, then try another strategy to help tackle some of the other bumps that are getting in your way.

Soon, you’ll be onto exciting new adventures. Safe travels. But most of all enjoy your trip!

Destination:
My goals:
Actions to take:
Bumps in the road:
Support from:
Words that currently describe me:
I wanna be described as:

Okay, you chose the Home and Family route. Select the goals that fit most closely with what you would like to accomplish in this area.

I want to have close relationships with my family
I want to spend more time with my family
I want to get married someday
I want to have kids someday
I want to be a good husband/wife
I want to be a good parent

How will I get there?

To achieve your goals, you have to make decisions each day to ensure that you are doing things that get you closer to meeting your goals. So, to reach your big picture goals, it’s helpful to identify the small, manageable steps that will get you there.

For example, if you said “I want to have a boyfriend/girlfriend,” but currently aren’t very social, the first step might be to find ways to meet new people so that dating can eventually become a possibility. Here are some examples of how some people have made small, manageable steps to reach their big picture goals:

Example Goal: I want to spend more time with my family .

I will take the following steps to meet this goal:

  • Talk with the family member who I am closest to and tell them I’d like to spend more fun time with him/her
  • Brainstorm with him/her to see what ideas we come up with together (for example, scheduling 1 meal; making time to take a walk)
  • Set aside a time each week to do the planned activity

Example Goal: Try to date.

I will take the following steps to meet this goal:

  • Select an activity (for example, hiking club; soccer team; dance) that I like to do and that is also social so that meeting people is easier (we can just focus on doing things we love to do, and not feel so pressured)
  • Talk with my friend about wanting a “wing” person to help me go out and meet some new people
  • Go out more with groups of my friends so I can just get comfortable meeting more people

Setting expectations that that are too big or too difficult to reach can cause you to crash and burn. This kind of disappointment often leads people to just give up. Remember, take it slow and enjoy the trip along the way!

Identify three manageable steps you can take based on the following goals you selected.

My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





How do I deal with bumps in the road?

There are some pretty common things that people say create challenges on their road trip that make it more difficult to meet their goals. Take a look at some of these challenges. Think about what you can do to get over these bumps in the road.

Which of these common challenges do you think will cause bumps in the road as you work to meet your goal?

I don’t have enough time to spend with my family
My family and I don’t like or have shared activities
I have a conflict with one or more family members
I don’t have time for myself
I’m not following values that are important to me
I (or my family) have financial problems

Who do I want on my road trip?

To better achieve your goals, it is helpful to find the people who provide sources of strength and support who can help you along the way.

As you think about the goals you’ve set, ask yourself:

  • Who are the important people in my life that can help me to meet these goals?
  • What do I need them to do to be supportive of my goals?
  • How do people in my life get in the way of me meeting these goals?

Asking others for support can sometimes get tricky, but here are some tips about how to select the best supports and how to ask for help.

Alright, who do you want to take with you on you road trip for support?





Choose the words that best describe you (#home6)

Descriptors: I am

Adventurous
Ambitious
Aggressive
Anxious
Awkward
Brave
Cautious
Creative
Clever
Confident
Content
Curious
Dependent
Disorganized
Easy-going
Excited
Focused
Funny
Impatient
Impulsive
Independent
Introverted
Kind
Lazy
Organized
Outgoing
Passive
Perfectionist
Playful
Practical
Relaxed
Solitary
Quiet
Serious
Skillful
Shy
Spontaneous
Talkative
Thoughtful
Warm
Worried

 

fill your backpack with all the words that would describe you.

Adventurous
Ambitious
Aggressive
Anxious
Awkward
Brave
Cautious
Creative
Clever
Confident
Content
Curious
Dependent
Disorganized
Easy-going
Excited
Focused
Funny
Impatient
Impulsive
Independent
Introverted
Kind
Lazy
Organized
Outgoing
Passive
Perfectionist
Playful
Practical
Relaxed
Solitary
Quiet
Serious
Skillful
Shy
Spontaneous
Talkative
Thoughtful
Warm
Worried

 

It’s time to travel

Your bags are packed, you have a roadmap, and you’ve got your support crew—you’re ready to go!

Whenever you want to start your adventure, go for it. Start by tackling one of the plans you made to better meet your goal.

Things to remember:

  • No plan works perfectly the first time around. Make sure to save your roadmap. In time, you’ll learn which parts of your plan work well for you and which don’t. You may need to tweak your plan a little to make it work for you.
  • Stay upbeat; try not to get discouraged if one strategy doesn’t work as you had expected. Think about how you might make it work better the next time and try it again.
  • Change it up if things aren’t working. If your plan still isn’t working well for you after a few attempts, try another strategy!
  • If you find that a challenge was pretty easy to tackle, stay with it for a few weeks to make sure it sticks. If it does, then try another strategy to help tackle some of the other bumps that are getting in your way.

Soon, you’ll be onto exciting new adventures. Safe travels. But most of all enjoy your trip!

Here is your roadmap!

Destination:
My goals:
Actions to take:
Bumps in the road:
Support from:
Words that currently describe me:
I wanna be described as:

Okay, you chose the Friendships and Other Relationships route. Select the goals that fit most closely with what you would like to accomplish in this area.

I want to have good group of close friends
I want to spend more time with my friends
I want to develop more friendships
I want to find a girlfriend/boyfriend
I want to spend more time with my boyfriend/girlfriend

How will I get there?

To achieve your goals, you have to make decisions each day to ensure that you are doing things that get you closer to meeting your goals. So, to reach your big picture goals, it’s helpful to identify the small, manageable steps that will get you there.

For example, if you said “I want to have a boyfriend/girlfriend,” but currently aren’t very social, the first step might be to find ways to meet new people so that dating can eventually become a possibility. Here are some examples of how some people have made small, manageable steps to reach their big picture goals:

Example Goal: I want to spend more time with my family .

I will take the following steps to meet this goal:

  • Talk with the family member who I am closest to and tell them I’d like to spend more fun time with him/her
  • Brainstorm with him/her to see what ideas we come up with together (for example, scheduling 1 meal; making time to take a walk)
  • Set aside a time each week to do the planned activity

Example Goal: Try to date.

I will take the following steps to meet this goal:

  • Select an activity (for example, hiking club; soccer team; dance) that I like to do and that is also social so that meeting people is easier (we can just focus on doing things we love to do, and not feel so pressured)
  • Talk with my friend about wanting a “wing” person to help me go out and meet some new people
  • Go out more with groups of my friends so I can just get comfortable meeting more people

Setting expectations that that are too big or too difficult to reach can cause you to crash and burn. This kind of disappointment often leads people to just give up. Remember, take it slow and enjoy the trip along the way!

Identify three manageable steps you can take based on the following goals you selected.

My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





How do I deal with bumps in the road?

There are some pretty common things that people say create challenges on their road trip that make it more difficult to meet their goals. Take a look at some of these challenges. Think about what you can do to get over these bumps in the road.

Which of these common challenges do you think will cause bumps in the road as you work to meet your goal?

I don’t have enough time to spend with friends
My friends and I don’t like or have shared activities
I have a conflict with friends/acquaintances
I have a lot of friends and feel disconnected
I want a romantic relationshipI don’t like the romantic relationship I am currently in
I don’t like the romantic relationship I am currently in
I have conflict with my boyfriend/girlfriend

Who do I want on my road trip?

To better achieve your goals, it is helpful to find the people who provide sources of strength and support who can help you along the way.

As you think about the goals you’ve set, ask yourself:

  • Who are the important people in my life that can help me to meet these goals?
  • What do I need them to do to be supportive of my goals?
  • How do people in my life get in the way of me meeting these goals?

Asking others for support can sometimes get tricky, but here are some tips about how to select the best supports and how to ask for help.

Alright, who do you want to take with you on you road trip for support?





Choose the words that best describe you

Adventurous
Ambitious
Aggressive
Anxious
Awkward
Brave
Cautious
Creative
Clever
Confident
Content
Curious
Dependent
Disorganized
Easy-going
Excited
Focused
Funny
Impatient
Impulsive
Independent
Introverted
Kind
Lazy
Organized
Outgoing
Passive
Perfectionist
Playful
Practical
Relaxed
Solitary
Quiet
Serious
Skillful
Shy
Spontaneous
Talkative
Thoughtful
Warm
Worried

 

Fill your backpack with all the words that would describe you.

Adventurous
Ambitious
Aggressive
Anxious
Awkward
Brave
Cautious
Creative
Clever
Confident
Content
Curious
Dependent
Disorganized
Easy-going
Excited
Focused
Funny
Impatient
Impulsive
Independent
Introverted
Kind
Lazy
Organized
Outgoing
Passive
Perfectionist
Playful
Practical
Relaxed
Solitary
Quiet
Serious
Skillful
Shy
Spontaneous
Talkative
Thoughtful
Warm
Worried

 

It’s time to travel

Your bags are packed, you have a roadmap, and you’ve got your support crew—you’re ready to go!

Whenever you want to start your adventure, go for it. Start by tackling one of the plans you made to better meet your goal.

Things to remember:

  • No plan works perfectly the first time around. Make sure to save your roadmap. In time, you’ll learn which parts of your plan work well for you and which don’t. You may need to tweak your plan a little to make it work for you.
  • Stay upbeat; try not to get discouraged if one strategy doesn’t work as you had expected. Think about how you might make it work better the next time and try it again.
  • Change it up if things aren’t working. If your plan still isn’t working well for you after a few attempts, try another strategy!
  • If you find that a challenge was pretty easy to tackle, stay with it for a few weeks to make sure it sticks. If it does, then try another strategy to help tackle some of the other bumps that are getting in your way.

Soon, you’ll be onto exciting new adventures. Safe travels. But most of all enjoy your trip!

Destination:
My goals:
Actions to take:
Bumps in the road:
Support from:
Words that currently describe me:
I wanna be described as:

Okay, you chose the Free Time and Activities route. Select the goals that fit most closely with what you would like to accomplish in this area.

I want to travel
I want to go on vacations
I want to build in fun times to my everyday life
I want to spend more time on my hobbies and interests
I want to volunteer my time to an important causes

How will I get there?

To achieve your goals, you have to make decisions each day to ensure that you are doing things that get you closer to meeting your goals. So, to reach your big picture goals, it’s helpful to identify the small, manageable steps that will get you there.

For example, if you said “I want to have a boyfriend/girlfriend,” but currently aren’t very social, the first step might be to find ways to meet new people so that dating can eventually become a possibility. Here are some examples of how some people have made small, manageable steps to reach their big picture goals:

Example Goal: I want to spend more time with my family .

I will take the following steps to meet this goal:

  • Talk with the family member who I am closest to and tell them I’d like to spend more fun time with him/her
  • Brainstorm with him/her to see what ideas we come up with together (for example, scheduling 1 meal; making time to take a walk)
  • Set aside a time each week to do the planned activity

Example Goal: Try to date.

I will take the following steps to meet this goal:

  • Select an activity (for example, hiking club; soccer team; dance) that I like to do and that is also social so that meeting people is easier (we can just focus on doing things we love to do, and not feel so pressured)
  • Talk with my friend about wanting a “wing” person to help me go out and meet some new people
  • Go out more with groups of my friends so I can just get comfortable meeting more people

Setting expectations that that are too big or too difficult to reach can cause you to crash and burn. This kind of disappointment often leads people to just give up. Remember, take it slow and enjoy the trip along the way!

Identify three manageable steps you can take based on the following goals you selected.

My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





How do I deal with bumps in the road?

There are some pretty common things that people say create challenges on their road trip that make it more difficult to meet their goals. Take a look at some of these challenges. Think about what you can do to get over these bumps in the road.

Which of these common challenges do you think will cause bumps in the road as you work to meet your goal?

I don’t have time to do anything fun
I have a physical disability or injury that limits me from doing fun activities
I can’t find things I enjoy doing right now
I don’t have money to do what I want to do

Who do I want on my road trip?

To better achieve your goals, it is helpful to find the people who provide sources of strength and support who can help you along the way.

As you think about the goals you’ve set, ask yourself:

  • Who are the important people in my life that can help me to meet these goals?
  • What do I need them to do to be supportive of my goals?
  • How do people in my life get in the way of me meeting these goals?

Asking others for support can sometimes get tricky, but here are some tips about how to select the best supports and how to ask for help.

Alright, who do you want to take with you on you road trip for support?





Choose the words that best describe you

Adventurous
Ambitious
Aggressive
Anxious
Awkward
Brave
Cautious
Creative
Clever
Confident
Content
Curious
Dependent
Disorganized
Easy-going
Excited
Focused
Funny
Impatient
Impulsive
Independent
Introverted
Kind
Lazy
Organized
Outgoing
Passive
Perfectionist
Playful
Practical
Relaxed
Solitary
Quiet
Serious
Skillful
Shy
Spontaneous
Talkative
Thoughtful
Warm
Worried

 

fill your backpack with all the words that would describe you.

Adventurous
Ambitious
Aggressive
Anxious
Awkward
Brave
Cautious
Creative
Clever
Confident
Content
Curious
Dependent
Disorganized
Easy-going
Excited
Focused
Funny
Impatient
Impulsive
Independent
Introverted
Kind
Lazy
Organized
Outgoing
Passive
Perfectionist
Playful
Practical
Relaxed
Solitary
Quiet
Serious
Skillful
Shy
Spontaneous
Talkative
Thoughtful
Warm
Worried

 

It’s time to travel

Your bags are packed, you have a roadmap, and you’ve got your support crew—you’re ready to go!

Whenever you want to start your adventure, go for it. Start by tackling one of the plans you made to better meet your goal.

Things to remember:

  • No plan works perfectly the first time around. Make sure to save your roadmap. In time, you’ll learn which parts of your plan work well for you and which don’t. You may need to tweak your plan a little to make it work for you.
  • Stay upbeat; try not to get discouraged if one strategy doesn’t work as you had expected. Think about how you might make it work better the next time and try it again.
  • Change it up if things aren’t working. If your plan still isn’t working well for you after a few attempts, try another strategy!
  • If you find that a challenge was pretty easy to tackle, stay with it for a few weeks to make sure it sticks. If it does, then try another strategy to help tackle some of the other bumps that are getting in your way.

Soon, you’ll be onto exciting new adventures. Safe travels. But most of all enjoy your trip!

Destination:
My goals:
Actions to take:
Bumps in the road:
Support from:
Words that currently describe me:
I wanna be described as:

Okay, you chose the Health and Wellness route. Select the goals that fit most closely with what you would like to accomplish in this area.

I want to lose weight
I want to eat healthier
I want to continue to eat the way I do now
I want to be more physically active or find new ways to be physically active
I want to continue my current level of physical activity
I want to have a less stressful life
I want to quit smoking

How will I get there?

To achieve your goals, you have to make decisions each day to ensure that you are doing things that get you closer to meeting your goals. So, to reach your big picture goals, it’s helpful to identify the small, manageable steps that will get you there.

For example, if you said “I want to have a boyfriend/girlfriend,” but currently aren’t very social, the first step might be to find ways to meet new people so that dating can eventually become a possibility. Here are some examples of how some people have made small, manageable steps to reach their big picture goals:

Example Goal: I want to spend more time with my family .

I will take the following steps to meet this goal:

  • Talk with the family member who I am closest to and tell them I’d like to spend more fun time with him/her
  • Brainstorm with him/her to see what ideas we come up with together (for example, scheduling 1 meal; making time to take a walk)
  • Set aside a time each week to do the planned activity

Example Goal: Try to date.

I will take the following steps to meet this goal:

  • Select an activity (for example, hiking club; soccer team; dance) that I like to do and that is also social so that meeting people is easier (we can just focus on doing things we love to do, and not feel so pressured)
  • Talk with my friend about wanting a “wing” person to help me go out and meet some new people
  • Go out more with groups of my friends so I can just get comfortable meeting more people

Setting expectations that that are too big or too difficult to reach can cause you to crash and burn. This kind of disappointment often leads people to just give up. Remember, take it slow and enjoy the trip along the way!

Identify three manageable steps you can take based on the following goals you selected.

My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





My goal is
I will take the following steps to meet this goal:





How do I deal with bumps in the road?

There are some pretty common things that people say create challenges on their road trip that make it more difficult to meet their goals. Take a look at some of these challenges. Think about what you can do to get over these bumps in the road.

Which of these common challenges do you think will cause bumps in the road as you work to meet your goal?

I don’t have a good school/work-life balance
I find health management at school/work difficult
I have a conflict in personal relationships at work/school
I don’t have personal connections at work/school

Who do I want on my road trip?

To better achieve your goals, it is helpful to find the people who provide sources of strength and support who can help you along the way.

As you think about the goals you’ve set, ask yourself:

  • Who are the important people in my life that can help me to meet these goals?
  • What do I need them to do to be supportive of my goals?
  • How do people in my life get in the way of me meeting these goals?

Asking others for support can sometimes get tricky, but here are some tips about how to select the best supports and how to ask for help.

Alright, who do you want to take with you on you road trip for support?





Choose the words that best describe you

Adventurous
Ambitious
Aggressive
Anxious
Awkward
Brave
Cautious
Creative
Clever
Confident
Content
Curious
Dependent
Disorganized
Easy-going
Excited
Focused
Funny
Impatient
Impulsive
Independent
Introverted
Kind
Lazy
Organized
Outgoing
Passive
Perfectionist
Playful
Practical
Relaxed
Solitary
Quiet
Serious
Skillful
Shy
Spontaneous
Talkative
Thoughtful
Warm
Worried

 

Fill your backpack with all the words that would describe you.

Adventurous
Ambitious
Aggressive
Anxious
Awkward
Brave
Cautious
Creative
Clever
Confident
Content
Curious
Dependent
Disorganized
Easy-going
Excited
Focused
Funny
Impatient
Impulsive
Independent
Introverted
Kind
Lazy
Organized
Outgoing
Passive
Perfectionist
Playful
Practical
Relaxed
Solitary
Quiet
Serious
Skillful
Shy
Spontaneous
Talkative
Thoughtful
Warm
Worried

 

It’s time to travel

Your bags are packed, you have a roadmap, and you’ve got your support crew—you’re ready to go!

Whenever you want to start your adventure, go for it. Start by tackling one of the plans you made to better meet your goal.

Things to remember:

  • No plan works perfectly the first time around. Make sure to save your roadmap. In time, you’ll learn which parts of your plan work well for you and which don’t. You may need to tweak your plan a little to make it work for you.
  • Stay upbeat; try not to get discouraged if one strategy doesn’t work as you had expected. Think about how you might make it work better the next time and try it again.
  • Change it up if things aren’t working. If your plan still isn’t working well for you after a few attempts, try another strategy!
  • If you find that a challenge was pretty easy to tackle, stay with it for a few weeks to make sure it sticks. If it does, then try another strategy to help tackle some of the other bumps that are getting in your way.

Soon, you’ll be onto exciting new adventures. Safe travels. But most of all enjoy your trip!

Destination:
My goals:
Actions to take:
Bumps in the road:
Support from:
Words that currently describe me:
I wanna be described as:
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