New Year Goals


Tomorrow Never Knows

This is what my New Year's resolutions list looks like for 2017. It is a Natasha Bedingfield, Unwritten. And the Jane Villanueva and Leslie Knope in me are okay with that.
Before the new year, I usually start a list. The items include things I have always wanted to do, small realistic goals, places I want to visit—a life bucket list per-say.

I don't call these resolutions. Resolutions make me feel like instead of celebrating the new year, I have to fix something about myself, I have to resolve something or find a solution to a problem. It makes the start of the year so depressing and quite frankly, stressful.

And for the longest time, I was tired of putting so much pressure on myself. Don't get me wrong, I still work on myself. I still believe in realistic goals and making myself better, but it's more of a month by month basis and sometimes my "resolutions" haven't idea hatched in my brain by January 1st.

Shocking. I know.