I am not a fan of New Year's Resolutions.
I said it.
And, this declaration might get me kicked out of the Life Coach Club. But hear me out.
New Years is a rite of passage. It's a time where we reflect on where we've been. Where we are. And where we are going. It is an incredibly important time for self-awareness. For self-development. For creativity.
But unfortunately, New Years has become synonymous with resolutions. And most of us don't set actual resolutions. We, instead, create laundry lists of grievances toward ourselves and think that this list will have the magical power to change us.
A true resolution isn't: I hope.
It's: I will.
It's a definite decision. Deciding that we want something enough to follow through with the actions to get it.
So instead of creating something to measure our self-loathing, let's skip the New Years Resolutions and have a little fun instead.Read More