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New Year, New Beginnings!

Happy New Year

 

Happy New Year, Friends! I am heading into 2021 with a positive attitude, renewed optimism, and a determination to stay connected! While there were extraordinary challenges, emotion, and loss in 2020, there were also extraordinary blessings, lessons, and acts of kindness. It was amazing to witness the innovation that resulted from a time of limitations – many of us had to get pretty creative when it came to staying connected with loved ones and accomplishing what were once routine activities. Let’s continue to expand on the creativity and lessons learned from last year to make 2021 an awesome year. Join me on the 2021 journey of embracing where we are in life, continuing to grow and learn, being our feircest selves – and let’s have fun doing it!

What would a New Year be without a mention of New Year Resolutions (NYR)? And I say “mention” because it’s not going to be a long conversation! By this age, most of us fall into one of two NYR positions: (1) If I want to make NYRs I can pull out the list I drafted in 1985 (the same one I used in 1992, 2004, and once again last year)  because I still need to lose weight, get more fit, get more orgainzed, and stop procrastinating. Or (2) My NYR is to never make a NYR again.

I hear you, friends! That’s why I’m sharing here my NYR Reality FB posts – a little something to start our 2021 time together with a chuckle.

New Year's Resolution

 

New Years Resolutions

 

New Years Resolutions

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Ready to join me in making 2021 an awesome year?

(It’s not a New Year’s resolution, it’s a DECISION!)

 

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  1. It’s the first Monday of the Year! I am motivated, my Fat – Bottom needs to lose just a bit of weight, 80 pounds. I started a dirty Keto diet or a low carb diet. doing ok, for my first day, so my smart goal is to lose 80 with in a year. you have to write it and declare it. so her is my declaration of independence for all to see 🙂
    1. i will drink more water => 60oz
    2. i will not eat after 8 pm
    3. 1 will not eat before 10am, trying to get me to noon. giving me at least 14 hours of intermitten fasting.
    4. i will get 10,000 steps before i go to bed.
    5. I will join an exercise program on line. perform 3-4 day a week.
    6. l will low carb meals
    7. i will track all my food.
    8. i will forgive myself if i fall off the plan.
    9. I will get on the plan
    10. I will go to be before 11pm and get up at 5:45am. trying to get more sleep than my normal 4-5 hours a night
    11. i will eat more vegetables
    12. when i get to the end point will purchase new clothes, get all dolled up and go on a cruise.
    Thanks for listening.
    Lets Go!

    1. I agree with you, Laura – writing it down and declaring seems to be a powerful start to moving toward our goals. You are charged up and headed toward success! And I love that you have number 8 in there – definitely need to be kind to yourself as you head down your successful path!

  2. Great post, Shel! Love your encouragement and humor. I agree that although the past year had its challenges, there were good things to be had if we were open to them. In the past year I learned a lot about being flexible and about the enjoyment of birdwatching. 😊

  3. Birdwatching?!?? I feel so out of touch! Here’s to 2021, continued growth, and more writer-buddy interaction – Happy New Year! 🙂

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