All posts tagged: new years

#Selfcare Sunday Series | How to Make your New Years Resolutions/Goals Count This Year

Happy Sunday! I hope everyone has had a re-charged weekend! I have been sleeping terrible overall…I just can’t seem to get comfortable but most of all, I have been finding it hard to shut my mind down. Even though on the surface and in general, my personality is very chilled, my mind is in fact going 100mph. Does anyone have any tips for sleeping better? I’m going to try some different teas to see if that would help but at the moment, I’ve been feeling like a zombie. Anyways – back to topic: I wanted to tap into more advice-giving posts this year so to start 2020 off, I’m going to be rounding off my best tips to getting your New Years resolutions in-check this year! If you don’t believe in them, that’s totally fine – just replace them with any goals throughout the year that you may have! Create a Rough Timeline Note that I mentioned ‘rough’. It’s important to have clear goals but nothing is set in stone unless you have a deadline …

Reset: 7 Changes I’m Making in 2017

New year always gets me in such a mood to declutter every single thing and re-evaluate my goals. As cliché as it is in writing these types of posts at this time of year, I am not sorry for having goals and wanting to better myself! So why not keep re-creating the best version of yourself? I become a neat freak as we approach mid-November. I already have in mind what areas that I would like to organise (think wardrobe, room furniture re-arranging etc.) and plan this step-by-step till the New Year. Charity or absolute garbage? Need this but definitely don’t need that. I know. It’s excessive but it’s a trait I’m proud of! A trait I’m not so proud of however is the inability to stick to ‘New Years Resolutions’. It is perhaps by its name and definition that it fails just as diets do because we only allow it to be temporary rather than a real lifestyle change. And then something that should be positive becomes negative because lo and behold, we are awful human beings. But I’d like to stick …