Big Goals #2020Vision Steps to Success

Hey star. I’m writing this post on a #SuccessSunday. (Which is a great day to set your intentions for the week).  Last week on Instagram I promised to share what to do with your big goals you want to manifest for your #2020Vision

Time to Make Moves

Write the vision. Make it plain. We are done with tucking our goals and dreams away in notebooks. I challenge you to put notes in plain site where you will see it daily.

Take Action

First step write down those big goals on a post it note, index card, or sheet of paper. Second put it somewhere you will see it daily. Maybe the refrigerator or the bathroom mirror. Next write down the goals down on a sheet of paper. Break those big goals down into actionable steps. Then make it happen.

Photo From big goals 2020 vision

If you are like me- sometimes you are stuck feeling sorry for yourself when you don’t show up for you. Time to make some changes. (If you are A-type personality and want to be very specific- google #SMARTgoals )

I’ll Go First

I’ll go first. Here are my three big goals with daily steps to take action.

Big Goals

-Spiritual Success

  • Daily Bible reading
  • Daily Prayer
  • Praise and Worship

-Body Transformation

  • 50 squats daily
  • Drink 4 bottles of water daily
  • Weekly detox

-Blogging and biz

  • Revise home page
  • Pocket Dose book layout
  • One key item search


I may have days that I slack off. One thing for sure is if I work on my goals before I watch #Wendy or check #TheShadeRoom I’ll definitely get it done.


Go ahead and get going. Feel free to post your goals on your #Instastory and tag @tshsociety or share with us via email Just know I’m rooting for you. 😉

Dear Motivated Millennial. Thinking About Buying a First Home? Here are Some Things to Consider

As a real estate sale associate I run into many millennials looking to purchase a home and don’t know where to begin. Last year (2016) I purchased a single family home in South Florida. There were two things that were certain in my decision making. First off, I did not want to pay more than I was paying in rent. Secondly, I wanted a home with potential. I told myself if these two things could not happen… then I would continue to rent. Are you thinking about buying a first home? Here are some things to consider.

Why did I want to buy a home?

Renting anything means you are borrowing with no benefits. Portion of the home payment may be deductible on tax returns (It sure helped me.) I must inject for you to seek professional advice from a certified accountant or tax professional. 

Look at Yourself:

  • How is your credit?
  • How much money do you have to put down?
  • How much do you want to pay monthly?
  • How much money is in your emergency fund.
  • You will have to explain any large deposits in or out of your account.

Buying a First Home

  • Make a list of your must haves and don’t wants.
  • Think about the maintenance.
  • Search for First Time Homebuyer Classes in Your Area
  • Your Home is Not Only a Mortgage… there are property taxes, insurance, etc.

Look at the Market

  • How much are homes going for in the area you want to live?
  • What kind of properties are available?
  • Is it a buyer or sellers market?


Get Professional Assistance

  • Mortgage Broker
  • Realtor
  • Keep the lines of communication open.
  • You are not obligated to work with one person.


JP Last Minute Tips

  • Try not to be emotionally involved in the process.
  • Focus on what you want to spend, not the amount you are approved for.
  • Don’t go incurring large amounts of debt.
  • Your home is a place to live. If you buy right what happens in the market shouldn’t matter.
  • Know what you want. Don’t let those who have no input have an opinion. If you are the only paying the mortgage, than you make that decision. My mom despised my three bedroom one bath, but was sold on the backyard.

Happy home shopping. 😉 Need credit or finance help? More questions? Send me an email. Let’s chat.

Happy Home? How do you feel when you are home, the lights go out, and the world is quiet?

My not-so happy home. Before the new year I took an assessment of my home. At the suggestion of Quadeera Teart, in her “I Am a Celebrity Woman” workbook, I decided to clean up and get organized. First there was the clean up. Then, I looked around and still wasn’t satisfied. Secondly, I moved the big furniture around. Ironically, something was still missing.

I had a flash back moment. Years ago I would fill up the walls of my house with inspirational messages every where. Literally, the kitchen, living room, and my bedroom were an oasis of positive messages.

I wanted some new decor for my living room. The “money matters” millennial in me waited until after the new year. I went to several department stores. After a day of no results I went into Bealle’s outlet. They had all the Christmas items at half-off. Some items were even 70% off.  Can we say #winning ?

I purchased some cute pillows (seen above), a throw and some table decor for less than $80. I was satisfied. Now every time I come home I see the word “home.” Magically I relax as soon as I walk through my front door.  My soft pleather couch is “my happy place,” no matter what kind of day I have had.

Our Home, Our Attitude

However, I began to think about how our home affects our attitude. So let me asks you again, how happy is your home?

Trouble with us millennials is, we often look to social media to find happiness. Online people can be who they want to be. We then compare and look at what is missing from our own lives instead of analyzing what we really desire to make us happy. How do you feel when you are home, the lights go out, and the world is quiet?

Where you rest your head, should be that happy place. What colors surround you?  What does your home smell like? How organized are you? Do you surround yourself with pictures and quotes that lift you up?

That Happy Place

TSH Society is all about promoting that happy place. In the book “The Liberated Lifestyle”, I discuss a previous situation where I did not desire to go home. I would do anything to stay away. When I was there my spirit was not at ease. I no longer take for granted the wonderful feeling to be home and be comfortable.

Happy Home Challenge

I challenge you this week to look around your home. Operation happy home in full effect! What can you do better? If you share living quarters at least have a wall, corner, or shelf that is all you.  Remove three items that you no longer need. Add at least one item that you will see and will instantly make you smile.

Email pictures to if you care to share. Would love to see the positive changes. Ta ta for now.

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Joyce Poliard is a Lifestyle Coach 2 Millennials. She is a ninja nurse by night. By day she enjoys helping motivated millennials. Ms. Poliard believes you can tap into power, find your purpose, and achieve prosperity. Follow @tshsociety on social media channels to get a daily dose of inspiration. Send an email to with your #1 goal for 2017 and let’s see if TSH Society can help.