5 Ways to Write Your New Years Resolutions

Hello Love!

Surprise!!! I’m back, bright eyed and busy tailed.

I know, I know! I thought I’d be back blogging in Feb. But it turns out I’ve caught up with so much work! WoooHoo! So excited ♥

First of all, I just want to say that it’s great to complete resolutions and all and to have something to reach, but sometimes things don’t go according to plan and that’s not a bad thing.

So if you have trouble or had trouble completing Resolutions, no worries Love, Resolutions are just the topping of a delicious cake or pizza, which ever you’d prefer. 🙂

Although delicious, there are other ingredients that go into completing a slice of your life. So it’s not exactly about completing the Resolution itself, but how you reflect and how you can impact your life for the better.

You know what they say if you don’t plan you plan to fail. I didn’t say it. ^_^

So just in-case you didn’t drink the coolaid, let me offer you some insight from Wikipedia on what exactly is a New Year’s Resolution?

A New Year’s resolution is a secular tradition, most common in the Western Hemisphere but also found in the Eastern Hemisphere, in which a person makes a promise to do an act of self-improvement or something slightly nice, such as opening doors for people beginning from New Year’s Day.[1]

Without further adieu…

[dropcap style=” “]1.[/dropcap]Reflect

On your year. This is a biggy and one that should be the foundation of your Resolutions Writing. What are your resentments, awesome moments, regrets, opportunities or missed opportunities where you could of “done better” and where have you done better and give yourself a pat on the back for your Awesomeness! So, no worries Love! The New Year could and is your YEAR to amend some of the negativity you may have faced this year and perhaps continue to increase the positive. This in no way obliterates the past, but it does impact the future in a positive way.

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Write it out, You know all the positive things you can change Now! Such as, staying positive no matter what happens. Not worrying, spending more time with God. Being in the present Now moment. Eating healthier. Just to name a few. Which ever area in your life that you believe you can change for the positive, take action & write it down.

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The negativity of what you think can go wrong or will go wrong with more of a positive out look. Resolutions are all about starting the New Year with the right mindset and being mindful on how you take each day. As the saying goes, Take it one day at a time. In this case, take it a year at a time. How would you like to feel at the end of this New Year that’s coming up? Fulfilled, happy about a year well spent?

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Ok, so you’ve Reflected, You’ve Reacted  and you’ve Replaced negative with positive. Now it’s time to let it go. Let it all go. The would of, could of, should of’s, of this year and allow yourself to forgive others and yourself of any wrong you may have done, of any and all mistakes you’ve may have been involved in and just breathe. Allow this moment, this time that you are writing your Resolution, to be a beginning of a clean slate.

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Now, with the past in the past and the future looking all shiny and new, it’s now time to recharge with all the good things you’d like to get done this year and just add one impact (or a few impact full) moments that you would like to add to your daily routine.

…And there you have it Love.. 5 ways to write those Resolutions it’s all about leaving behind the old and taking up the new.

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

See you all Next Year!

 P.S. My New Year Resolutions is to take things SLOW. I’ve been in an unnecessary Rush. Now I’ve found it’s my time to just take it all in. To be more present and to make it a habit to enjoy each moment. Doing my best and letting God be God. I’m more blessed then I ever thought I could be and I’m going to enjoy what I have and do my best with it. Have these tips been helpful? Do you have a New Year’s Resolution that you would like to share!? Please do, I’d love to read them ♥

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