6 new years resolutions that will make 2014 an unforgettable year

Time tends to pass by so quickly that at the end of the year, we look back and sometimes wonder what we’ve been doing. With 2014 around the corner, maybe we should have some basic new years resolutions that will make our next year an unforgettable one. Here they are:

1. Treat your body well

Sign up for a sports class, yoga class, find a jogging buddy and then make healthier food choices.

You will only only feel better but look better too.

This one requires a solid plan to ensure it lives up to your expectations, but that’s step 2.

2. Career

If you love your job, you may want to consider networking in your industry and getting to know people that will mentor you and help you fast forward you career.

If you don’t like your job, maybe exploring options for new avenues might be the best option.

3. Look for your calling

Sometimes interests are the pathways to find your passions. If you haven’t found your calling things that interest you are a great place to look.

4. Love

If you already have a love – then resolve to be more understanding, caring and work on whatever you feel needs to be worked on. Relationships take time and effort.

If you are single, plan to get out there and meet new people! Sitting at home will never help.

5. Make more memories

Cross a few things off your bucket list, do something new and fun every month, travel more. You will look back at your year with a feeling that it was well spent.

6. Family

Spend more time with family. They will love you for it.

Hope this helps! Happy New Year!

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Single Hellos

Single Hellos

This word, hello, followed by a quick question has earned me many friends in the recent past.

The thing that stands between me and this word – is the fear of more than one kinds, specifially of being rejected, of running into creeps, of “what will he/she think?”.

I have learned a few things, maybe you would like to know:

1. Every single person I said hello to has said hi back to me.
2. Yes, I have met some creeps – but they are easy to filter out. =D
3. What will they think? Well, apparently nothing bad – because so many cool friends have come from it!

So – take that leap of faith and go strike up that conversation with that interesting person you see. You never know just who you might have missed.

Happy holidays, and let me know if it works for you!

Loving by Halves

Loving by Halves

It was my birthday. A day, generally celebrated by those who are so young, that turning a year older only means more opportunities…. and I was feeling so old.

In no mood to celebrate, I made no efforts to make any kind of plans.

Well, loved ones being loved ones – went out of their way to show me – just how much I did with the last year of my life.

Friends – more like family; new and old rallied up their troops to make my day. And they out did themselves – they made it an epic one – that I will remember for a long time to come.

What made it special is the people that took time out of their day to come say hi, pick up the phone and call, arrange a special thing, or picking up a thoughtful gift.

I am now inspired. I know, that it takes just a little thought to make someone feel special. Its not about how much, how big, how small – its just about loving people fully by putting in that little extra effort.

No more loving by halves; effort is everything in any relationship. Sometimes, you may not want to make the effort – but the rewards always far exceed the efforts.

Happy Loving! I hope your special days are as joyous and memorable as mine!