Even though January is winding down, there’s still something so nice about a brand new year. It’s a fresh start, a chance to reflect, and an opportunity to embrace new things.
A new year isn’t the only time to embrace new things though. Any seasonal change, whether it's a new year or the beginning of spring or fall, is a great opportunity to reassess what’s serving you and what’s not. What do you want to hold on to? What can you let go of and feel lighter without?
It's that time of year when many people put their best intentions into New Years Resolutions. They're well-meaning and inspiring, but they fizzle out midway through January. In fact, I know more people who just plain don't make resolutions anymore because they don't stick. But why is that? Well, more often than not those resolutions are too vague or simply unrealistic. If you don’t want another failed resolution, turn them into SMART goals. Heck yeah, acronym time! SMART goal