As Annie Dillard said, “How we spend our days is of course how we spend our lives.” How do I honestly, actually spend my days?
New Year’s Resolutions
If you aren’t moving forward, you are falling back. So if you’re ready to embrace a little turbulence, and a lot of fear (that weird heady feeling of excitement in your gut), then this is your guide on how to re-invent yourself this year.
Focus on finding happiness through what you already have, rather than what you believe you still need.
I saw the hole in the floor. I got closer and realized that there was a door in the floor, with a ladder leading down underneath the locker rooms. I tried to shrug it off, thinking that it probably just led to some electrical shit. But this weird feeling was nagging at me.
All of the times you’ve stayed strong for other people.
This year, I’m challenging us to realize that the majority of our resolutions don’t need 365 days of work. Most of them just need one day – one hour, even just one blazing moment – of courage.
1. A karaoke queen in the making.
It’s the little resolutions you make each and every day that truly count.
Here we are: Less than two weeks away from 2016 and I still wonder who I am and what I’m capable of.
Ruminating and dwelling on negative people for any reason still brews up the poison in you and toxifies you.