….but we are all fabulous.
I like making New Year’s resolutions, although they are more akin this year to ideas and suggestions for the year ahead rather than rigid rules. Every year I count up my exercise and alcohol and weight and work stats (publications, grants etc.). I compare them to last year’s stats and I use that as the starting point for thinking about how I want my new year to look. This year the process has been further informed by the things I have learned and thought about on our 11 week trip to Singapore, Australia and New Zealand.
I started brainstorming in my journal about all the things I’d like to incorporate into my life and then tried to distil all this into a general overarching goal with specific sub goals and actions to advance the main one.
So my overall goal, much like that of many other people I imagine is to aim for:
Improved health and wellbeing in mind, body and spirit
Breaking that down as follows:
This may sound a bit me, me, me, but I think I’ll be a better partner, daughter, friend, colleague and citizen if I take a bit better care of myself. Basically I’d like to keep things simple and make more mindful choices in everything I do, let’s see how I get on!
Happy New Year!