A New Take on New Year’s Resolutions

Alright, y’all, it’s time to talk New Year’s Resolutions. ⬅ Does that need to be capitalized? I don’t know. But we’re going with it. I try to do a post every year about them, whether it’s telling you all mine, or telling people to stop being assholes to people who want to make them.

This year I’ve come up with a list of some different resolution ideas for those that want to make them, but don’t necessarily feel comfortable with the typical ones. Continue reading “A New Take on New Year’s Resolutions”

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6 Things We’re Leaving Behind in 2018

You don’t have to be a maker of resolutions to see the potential in a new year. Everyone feels it. But if you’re not comfortable with making resolutions or setting goals, then maybe you’d be more comfortable with the idea of leaving things in the past and moving on from them. Continue reading “6 Things We’re Leaving Behind in 2018”

Resolutions – Guest Blogger Post

Resolutions.

Sometimes that word can bring in a sense of hope and change; a new beginning.

Sometimes that word can be so loaded and heavy.

Some people make them, and some people don’t.

I have always been one of those who do, but this year I am going to turn the typical sense that the word “resolutions” gives you, on its head.

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My Words for 2017

Each year, my mother used to advise me to come up with a word that I could use as my guide for the coming year. It could be anything for any reason, as long as I had one. I never made it a point to write down the word or remind myself of it. It was a good exercise, but I simply didn’t put much stock into it.

This year, however, I’m using my word as my guide. Words, actually, as there are two this year. I couldn’t pick just one. After all that happened in 2016, I plan on being an active participant in my future, instead of a passive one.

My words for 2017 are: brave and honest. They can be used in any variation and are, in fact, related. Continue reading “My Words for 2017”