Goodbye 2014. We’ve had a year long relationship with you. There’s been pain, loss, and heartache. Not to mention hope, courage and joy. It’s been real.
Welcome 2015! We don’t know you yet. But we’re excited by your fresh, shiny and glimmering presence. We’re trading our old selves for everything you represent. Health. Transformation. Possibility.
As emails advertising holiday gifts have been aggressively and quickly replaced by messages on resolutions, diets and bucket lists, we’ve also turned the other cheek. Instead of spending time to reflect on 2014, we’re excited to jump ahead, delve right into new ways of eating and being in the world. We haven’t yet given a chance to grieve the end of one year before we start planning and dreaming about the next one.
Do you really want to be successful in 2015? Before you start tackling that resolutions list, read our posts this week. You’ll find a little bit of contemplation, pause and reflection will get you closer to all the things you really desire in life-love, happiness, purpose and self-acceptance.
3 signs that you are a Facebook Narcissist
(Diary of a Therapist) – Want to learn a new hobby, write a book or get more sleep, but don’t think you have the time to do it? Here’s why your social media habits are eating away at your time and self-worth.
Five Things You Should Stop Protecting Your Kid From
(Leveraging Adversity) – Are you doing the right things to prepare your kids for the future? According to this, the things you do to protect them could be hurting their chance for a successful future.
In 2015, I Resolve To …
(ADHD Man of DistrAction) – Want to really stick with those resolutions this year? Read Kelly’s practical advice on how small changes over a long period of time can have a bigger impact than a huge resolution.
3 Steps to Make Your New Habits Stick this Year
(Mindfulness & Psychotherapy) – We often jump into resolutions without a plan of action. Whether it’s to be more mindful or compassionate, these tips will support your desire for change.
How Will You Be A Better Person In 2015?
(Healthy Romantic Relationships) – Instead of how do I want to look in 2015, how about asking who do I want to be? This post boldly invites us to create a vision for the type of person we want to become in the new year.