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I didn’t hear so much about New Year’s resolutions (nyr) this year as I did in previous years, but I must say, forward on!

Just want to remind folks that it’s okay to put last year’s nyr on rinse, repeat…after all, who says it should or will take just a year to accomplish your goals?

2014 was a year of sowing seeds, many of which are starting to reap…

As you sow your seeds this year, be sure to take advantage of some pretty great technology that can help you in your efforts to manage your life and get things done.

Tip: Use a project management tool like Trello to turn each of your nyr into a project or “board” and break them up into little tasks or “cards” you need to accomplish. It’ll be really hard not to accomplish your nyr when armed with a plan and a strategy for tracking progress!

Christina is passionate about teaching and helping others, social justice, and business ownership. She has a BA in English from George Washington University and a MA in Education from Howard University. She is currently completing a MS in Business Management and Leadership at CUNY SPS. After 10 years of teaching in public and private schools, she’s chosen to focus on helping women and minority owned small businesses succeed and give back so that her families, friends, and communities can thrive. Find Christina on LinkedIn or Facebook.