New Year, New Resolutions

December 26, 2013

Doesn’t it seem like every January 1st we tend to make the same resolutions? We resolve to finally get in shape, find a boyfriend, and floss our teeth religiously. Aren’t you gals tired of making and breaking the same resolutions, year after year? Instead of dragging out those old, tired resolutions, try this exercise that will actually help you succeed.

The Power of Knowing What You Want

All too often, people focus on what they don’t want in their life instead of clarifying what they do want. By completing this circle exercise, you can begin to define what it is you want to do in the future.

By completing this exercise, you’ll be able to visualize your goals. You will realize what is (and isn’t!) important to you. You may find yourself writing down things inside the circle like “a stable career,” and “travel” and realizing that you left out things that seem important to you now, like getting a new tattoo or buying a pair of shoes. This exercise puts your life into perspective and is a great way to visually focus on your goals, thus making them seem more tangible and attainable.

Let’s make 2014 a great one, gals!


P.S. The circle exercise inspired by