The Classic Brunette: The Best Is Yet To Come

Friday, January 2, 2015

The Best Is Yet To Come

I love New Years. Everyone is still in the holiday spirit, I can see my birthday on the horizon, and most people seem to be in a great mood. I'm not a huge believer in resolutions, at least for myself since I tend to break them, but I am a believer in setting goals for myself. I've learned in years past that if I push myself to keep up with my goals for at least a month, I'll stick with it. 

One // Blog more consistently

Since starting my blog, I've pretty much been all over the place with when I blog. During the summer I tried to post once a day, but once school started that wasn't an option. Then I was posting sporadically, and would forget for a couple days. More recently, I've been blogging around every 3 days, and that schedule has been treating me nicely. I have some amazing things coming up for 2015, and my hope is to share them with you as they're happening, not weeks after they're over. 

Two // Explore Often

Whether this mean traveling abroad, or just locally, I want to see what's out there. It seems like such a waste to have access to such a wonderful world and not see what I can. Although financially I'm not at the best place for it, I can definitely make time for trips to Los Angeles or San Francisco and explore the spots I haven't visited. I traveled a little in 2014 (Lake Tahoe, San Diego), I want to make more of an effort to get outside my local bubble.

Three // Chose Healthy Options

Not necessarily limiting this one to eating habits, this goal is for a lifestyle change. I pledge to take the stairs more often, order water with my meal instead of soda. "Little by little, a little becomes a lot." I'm choosing to make a healthier me, and anything that comes with these choices is just a bonus.

Four // Try New Things

More specifically food. I'm known as the horribly picky eater to everyone who knows me, and I want that to change. I feel as though this will be my most challenging goal as I've tried to expand my food choices in the past, and it always ends in failure. This year I want to start out very slow, and eat things that are out of my comfort zone, but not put myself in a situation that makes me extremely uncomfortable.

Five // Make More 'Me' Time

Sometimes I get so caught up with everything going on around me, school, family, friends, sorority, I forget about myself. I need to make time for my physical therapy exercises, my sleep schedule, my alone time, and anything else that helps me stay relaxed.

What are your goals for the new year?

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