Did that make you want to blow the dust off of all the resolutions you swore you’d keep this year?
New Year’s Eve 2014 I was 22 weeks pregnant with my first baby and since I definitely didn’t know what to expect, I decided my only resolutions for 2015 would be to continue enjoying my pregnancy and to do my best to go with the flow once our girl made her arrival. (A somewhat difficult task for this Type A lady.)
Now that this year is coming to an end and it seems as if we’ve found our flow as a family of three, I’ve been looking back on some of the other “resolutions” I’ve made and the things I said I wanted to try, do or finish but never got around to. I gotta tell ya I didn’t like how long that list was…
I had been sitting on this nutrition consultant certification for well over a year; I wanted to start a business page, but every time I went to start I would quit after not being able to decide if I was a Local Business, Company or Public Figure (excuses much?); I wanted to blog; I’ve been dying to try some of my fit friends’ classes and my body NEEDS yoga, but I’ve never made the time.
But there are 100 days until New Year’s Eve.
There are 100 days left to make 2015 the best year ever. To make 2015 the year you actually met the goals you set. You don’t have to wait until next year. You don’t even have to wait until next Monday!
I finished studying for my nutrition certification and passed. Here’s my new blog. This week I’ll start to schedule some of those classes I’ve been meaning to try.
No more excuses.
Today is Day 1 of 100.
What have you been putting off that you want to accomplish this year? What are you going to do with your 100?