These are my resolutions for the new year; some are goals I’ve been thinking about doing and others are some on my 101 in 1001 list.
Anyone that knows me knows that I eat pretty terribly. I hate vegetables and my diet is nowhere near “balanced”. In hopes of improving what I eat, I've been thinking about trying Whole30 for a while and January seemed like the best time to dive in. During this program, I am also going to challenge myself to drink the recommended amount of water for one month. Not only am I doing this to eat healthier, but I want to assess if this helps to improve my skin and my energy. Stay tuned for updates on Whole30 – and let me know if you’re doing it too!
In 2019, I want to be more aware of how I’m spending my money. I don’t want to be insanely strict about it, but I would like to be more mindful of how/what I’m spending my money on. If you have any tips/methods/apps, I would love to hear about them!
Do a Handstand
I’ve mastered the headstand, now it’s time to try a handstand. If you’re a master, reach out with advice and keep an eye out for all my (flailing) attempts.
Change is coming, I can feel it. Whether it’s out of Brooklyn, out of the state, or out of the country, when I know more I’ll let you guys know.
Nashville has been on my travel bucket list for a while now and 2019 seems like the perfect time to go. It seems like such a fun city and I’ve always wanted to spend a long weekend there. If you’ve been to Nashville, send me some ideas of things to do and restaurants to try.
In March, I’m going out west for my sister’s graduation trip (an amazing and gracious gift from my parents). We are hoping to do a day or two out at Alta. Ally and I have wanted to try the challenging terrain at Alta for some time now, so fingers crossed we get to go this year!
Be More Present
In 2019, I want to be more mindful about how I’m spending my time. I want to spend fewer hours in front of screens, I want more moments with friends & family, and I want to truly enjoy the time I have in this season of my life. After all, you can’t get it back.
What are your resolutions for 2019? I’d love to hear them!