Resolutions.

Fresh year, fresh me. Happy 2019!

I hope you all had a wonderful new year celebration. I can’t believe it is already the new year! My last year was amazing, invigorating and challenging at times. I was pushed to new limits and leaped head first into new adventures. I welcomed a new lifestyle in a wonderful city and began my journey into yoga teacher training. And this next year will be even more fabulous!

My word for the next year is bold.

I plan to be more confident in my decisions and who I am. This last year brought many changes into my life and I have a feeling that this next year will entail some more. I love change and new beginnings, which is why I am one who highly enjoys the transition of the years. I’m very much a planner and get giddy over the idea of setting goals and intentions for the next 12 months to come. I find there is great value in writing them out and sharing them with others to provide another level of commitment.

“Comparison is the death of all joy, and the only person you need to be better than is the one you were yesterday” – Girl, Wash Your Face

2019 Intentions: 

  • Set a morning routine of movement, meditation, reading, and relaxation before “getting ready”.
  • Get outside & enjoy nature more.
  • Read 24 books.
  • Travel to at least 3 new places.
  • Try a new adventure or challenge at least once a month.

I’d love to hear the intentions your setting going into this new year! Share with me in the comments or I encourage you to write them out, even if only for your own eyes, in a journal, on a napkin, or even in your notes app on your phone. Then check back in with what you had written each month to see if you’re staying committed to what you wrote or reevaluating if those intentions have shifted.

I enjoy setting a couple different intentions for the year but even just one intention that you feel you can commit to can provide an impact in changing your life.

Namaste loves!

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