Thursday, 5 January 2017

My New Year's Resolution

I've been thinking a lot lately if I should do any New Year's resolutions for 2017. Somehow I've got the feeling that 2017 is going to be a total life changer for me.

As a person with a very strong personality, thanks to my books, I am typically all over this resolution stuff and “goal setting”, “planning” etc. Typically I would be saying things like “I’m going to be exercising more, not eat junk food, eat healthy” But this year will be different in effort not to pre-plan the rest of my life, I decided I will give myself a break. My new year’s resolution (or not) I’m going to let my own intuition guide me through my decision making; I’d say it’s kind of a mind over heart thing, like I've hear so many people saying, and this year I’m letting my heart guide my decisions a little more. WOW does that scare me. So that means instead of setting goals and pushing myself to do things, I’m going to take a massive chill pill and not plan a thing (hopefully). If you end your intuition, how will you ever know what you really need?
Although I managed to gather around few promises I might try to keep this upcoming year.

I've got goals in life. I'm not going to let anything to stop me from achieving them. If I fall down, I get up. I'm more motivated than last year.
And one thing I've learned with time, is that you should keep your life private.

This is definitely one of the things i will be doing this year. it is helping me a lot with my self-esteem, with my confidence, and my life altogether. So i wont give up!

I was always the type of person who worried to much what people had to say about me, but reading what i am reading now, I've learned that what others say about me its their problem, not mine. And whoever talks behind my back its only defining who they really are. It took a lot of work to let that go, but i did, and i am so proud of myself, that i finally did it.

Do you have any special New Year's resolutions?

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