2015

Ok ladies and gents, it’s time! Time to sit down and reflect over the past year. Time to assimilate the experiences from the last 12 months and make wonderful goals for the up-and-coming 365 days. But before you do that, I want you to revisit a post that I wrote back in June. Just click on the picture below...

If you don't have a moment to re-read it or didn't read it the first time around, the blog suggests following the OneWord365 movement and condensing all of your new year’s goals into just one word. The idea is to find the true intention behind the actions you want to take in the new year. For example, if you want to eat better, exercise more, get out into nature and join a walking group then perhaps you could assign yourself the word health or happiness or balance. Think of the things you want to accomplish and then recognize the feeling or reasoning behind it. You may just find that all of your goals align and that one word perfectly sums up your wishes for 2015. 

Back in June, although almost half way through the year, while writing the blog I chose for myself the word movement. Let me just tell you that besides the word still being plastered all over the house, it has definitely helped to MOVE me into some fantastic spaces. I’m not entirely sure that I’m ready to let that word go quite yet, but you can bet that ALL of my 2015 new years resolutions will be able to fit onto a tiny slip of paper: be it one word or a few. Keep it peaceful and compassionate guys. Don’t overdue it. “You can do everything, you just can’t do everything right now!” Know what feels right for your life at the moment and what you should set aside. I’m sure we’ve all experienced a year when there were so many resolutions that we couldn’t even remember what they were and we definitely didn't fulfill them. Let's not go there again. Keep it simple but go big. You are so worthy of making outrageous, beautiful, amazing and magical changes. So do it!