12/31/2016 0 Comments
Congrats you made it into a new year! I hope 2016 was filled with lots of love, laughter, family, friends, hope for your future and much more!
It’s a new year so what does that mean?
The promise of a new year has us look at our past and evaluate ourselves and the choices we may have made as well as what we want to change, to make our lives better. It is natural for us to strive to be great. We want to be the best version of ourselves. We want to love more, do more, create more, and improve.
However, we can make these “changes” at any given time in our lives. We don’t need a new year to make improvements to our lives. We get a new day every 24 hours, that’s enough to better ourselves.
Fun Fact: Nearly half of the population makes resolutions every year and yet only 8 percent stick with their resolution.
If you search on Google the top resolutions for 2016 you will find:
There is nothing wrong with wanting to make these changes in your life, they are all positive changes that can better you. Each of these resolutions are attainable of course! The problem is that we don’t see an automatic change and as a result we often give up on these.
You are capable of creating whatever change you wish to see in the world, in your own life, or in the lives around you. Take action. Think positively.
Change your words first:
Lose Weight à Be active and stay healthy, eat good
Get Organized à The exterior is a reflection of the interior, prioritize
Spend less, save more à Evaluate needs vs. wants
Fall in love à Learn to love yourself and with time love will find you
Spend more time with family à Make time, live more
You have the power to do all of these things, just find the right nitch and go for it. Do not give up, keep pushing and with time you will find that you are capable of anything you set your mind to.
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Well known for her love for Jesus, coffee, and having one arm. Sarah share's stories in her life in hope to help others. She wants you to know that,
"Our differences do not define who we are but are a part of the story that God has written for our lives."
Sarah says, " I hope that I can be someone to relate to in a world of untold real stories. Everything I write is from my heart and real."
"We are all created imperfectly perfect by God, we should be proud of our imperfections and differences, they make us who we are today but do not define us, know that you are beautiful and remind yourself of this everyday."