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  1. I’m trying to follow your blog on Bloglovin’, but it looks like your latest blog post on Bloglovin’ is from October. Maybe the feed changed? Thanks for your help.

    1. Hi Anika! Thanks for pointing that out! Turns out, I have to contact the Bloglovin folks directly to get that taken care of, but I’ve done that, so hopefully they’ll update it in the next couple of days. Thank you!

  2. Hey Whitney —

    Great article.

    Can you expand more on “R”? I am having a hard time thinking of goals for that section.

  3. Thank you for this awesome new way to set goals! I have never been more excited to tackle my goals in the new year. I linked to this post as well as your Day Designer site in my newest blog post 🙂 HEART Goals are amazing!

  4. Thank you so much for this post! I came across your HEART Goals worksheet on your Day Designer site and I LOVE it. I’ve never been so excited to tackle my goals for the new year! 🙂 I linked to this post and your site on my newest blog post. Hopefully my readers will find this to be their new favorite way of setting goals.

  5. I have the heart goals pad and really need to start using it. I’ve been so overwhelmed lately and feel like this would help me tremendously. How much time do you set aside for this and how often do you do it?

    1. Hi Meghan – Here’s a note from Whitney with the answer to your question!

      Hi Meghan! I’ve used HEART for so long now that it doesn’t take me long to make a list. I also don’t pressure myself to find EVERY single thing in my brain and get it down on paper. If it’s important enough, it will surface again. We have a blog post coming on managing your to-do list, too. Check that out, maybe it will help as well!

      *The Whitney English Team*

    1. HEART is a game-changer! Let us know if you have any questions about getting started with it or want us to point you towards any more HEART resources!
      *The Whitney English Team*

  6. I love this concept, seems more realistic, for me anyway. Thank you for putting this out there….now I’m off to check out your book! I love books…. Need to find more time to read all of them.

    1. So many books, so little time! Our team has the same problem——but Whitney’s book is definitely one worth making time for!
      *The Whitney English Team*

  7. I really like the idea of the HEART goals. Now I just need to stop procrastinating and actually use the concepts to set some. Ha.

    1. You’ve got this! One step at a time – Whitney likes to call it “goal-living” instead of “goal setting” because it’s a process!
      *The Whitney English Team*

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