Hey Loves! Can you believe 2017 is officially over! This year has been a trying year but all in all blogging has really been a great way to encourage and inspire both my readers and myself. I have been able to push myself out of my comfort zone, worked on campaigns that helped you get to know me better. I’m truly grateful for everyone of you. It’s officially winter and found my favorite fur coat from Forever 21. I got a lot of compliments been that it kept me warm and at 50% off we can’t go wrong with it. I know we’ve all been blasted with so many resolution posts, but that’s just not me. I’ve never been one to work that way. Being surrounded by the blogging world, I see all of these posts – some are really amazing and I salute everyone who sets their mind to their awesome goals! – but there is a point where it gets to be too much and starts to just be a “because she’s doing it” type approach instead of actually considering the “why.” Does that make sense? My tip to you when considering your goals or resolutions for the new year is to really think about “why” you are doing it and how you plan to achieve it. While I might not be making any “resolutions” I will certainly be setting more intentions on ways to improve my lifestyle in the new year,
Resolutions create pressure for me to be a certain way. If I were, I would already be there. Living with pressure makes me more likely to engage in behaviors that will take me in the opposite direction of my resolution goals. I’m focusing on creating and enjoying life more in the year. What do you think about New Year’s Resolutions? Are you doing one this year? Let me know in the comments section below.
Cheers to Happy Healthy and Prosperous New Year
With Love Always,