Here are some tips to help you reset, refocus, and re-center.

Can you believe the year is already halfway over? As we take stock of the time that has flown by, let me ask you: How were the first six months for you? Did you achieve the goals/resolutions/intentions that you set for yourself at the beginning of the year? If you haven’t or you aren’t where you thought you’d be by this time, I thought today would be the perfect time to discuss how resetting, refocusing, and re-centering can help you get back on track.


Life happens, plans change, and sometimes we need to reset our goals. It’s a good idea to refresh and adjust, so find all the goals you wrote down for yourself, and see if they need to be updated to reflect your current reality. It’s also a good idea to evaluate your actions. Take a look at everything you’ve been doing—what actions are working for you, and which ones aren’t?

Next, you’ll want to act. What’s the very next step you can take to achieve your goal? Are there any habits that you might need to change to make accomplishing your goals easier?


Refocusing entails making some small changes to get the most out of your day. That could include exercise—maybe it’s just 15 minutes of jogging, walking, dancing, or whatever you need to do to release the endorphins and dopamine needed to diminish the negativity.

Also, add some intentional media to your day. This could be an inspirational book, podcast, or similar. These will help you to stay productive. Be sure that you’re keeping hydrated throughout the day, and eat foods that give you energy.

“If you’re feeling anxiety, stress, or anger, take some deep breaths to help re-center yourself.”


If you don’t already have a  journal, get one. Take some time each day to write down your thoughts and evaluate them. Are the things that you’re thinking about serving you? By that, I mean are they helping you to move forward, or are they keeping you stuck?

Additionally, do some daily check-ins where you pause and reflect on your feelings. If you’re feeling anxiety, stress, or anger, take some deep breaths to help re-center yourself. Calm your nervous system and change your state of mind.

One of the most neglected forms of self-care activities is sleep. Be sure that you’re getting plenty of rest—at least seven to nine hours every night.

If you’re ready to reset, refocus, and re-center, and you’d like a little more guidance and accountability, I can help. You still have plenty of time to accomplish your goals. In my six-month coaching program, I’ll provide you with all the necessary tools to achieve your goals. You can book your complimentary session with me today by visiting

If you have any questions about today’s topic, don’t hesitate to reach out to me. Let’s get back to the work of achieving your goals and living a more joyful life.