Why I have Intentions not Resolutions
Simply put, an intention is a guiding principle for how you want to be .
2019 was a great year. I am grateful for the ups, the downs the wins and the losses. As I reflect on some personal things that I went through as a partner, friend, wife, mother the common thread is how grateful I am to have all these experiences. Every year I write down goals, intentions or resolutions for the upcoming year and I often refer back to them. This practice allows me to stay on a healthy continuum.
Setting and living your intentions allows you to focus on who you are in the moment, plan for who you want to be in the future and to recognize a pathway forward.
Practice more Gratitude
Saying No when it does not feel right
Wellness as a priority - including self care
Practice Conscious Parenting
Lose the Negativity
Exercise Self Love
Spend more time with the people I love
Eat Food that makes my body feel good
Be Present in my surroundings
Spend more time outdoors
More Music and less Noise/TV
More Flexibility and less rigidity
Drink more water
Practice daily meditation
Be a joyful mom
Try to feel peaceful, grounded and centered by the end of each day
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