Earlier this week I talked about my resolutions and goals for the year 2018. But, I also wanted to do a set of goals for each month. This way I can separate my goals from my resolutions, dedicate certain months to certain goals, and add any goals that have come up throughout the year. Maybe it will be a monthly blog post where I share my goals for that month? Let me know if you would like to see that! But for now, here are my goals that I want to accomplish in January.
The goals post is finally here! I didn’t want to send this out on the first of the month because I really wanted to take the time to sit down and decide what I want to accomplish in 2018. So if you are nosy like me (personally these are my favorite types of posts!) then just keep reading. I’ll be going over:
- my goals
- my resolutions
- my monthly goals
- and my word of the year
“By the year 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish.” If that doesn’t scare you, make you disappointed, or create some kind of reaction, I don’t know what will. There are so many sickening proofs that desperately demand humans to take action. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, the glaciers that are shrinking, animals that are dying, coral that is disappearing. I could go on and on.
I’ll always been passionate about the environment and have taken environmental classes for years now (almost got that environmental minor). And I wanted to create a resolution that reflected that passion. For 2018 I have pledged to #stopsucking and I want to tell you all why you should too.
It’s my last week of winter break (Or my last week of my last winter break ever if we want to get technical). And I’m sitting in my bright clean room typing away thinking about how I’m going to miss my lovely room. I’m finally at a point where my room at home has become like an oasis, designed perfectly how I want it. There’s no rush to go back to my college apartment!
Today I wanted to go though what I loved in December 2017. It was the month of finals so peppermint coffee and Quizlet flashcards definitely makes the list. But go ahead an take a look at what else I was obsessed with in December that isn’t finals related!
Happy first post of 2018! I’m so excited to start of the year blogging and getting back into the swing of things. I’ve been working hard on putting together my yearly goals that I’ll be sharing with you all next week. Until then, I wanted to round up the books that I finished for December.
I had two weeks in December where I had nothing on my agenda except take daily naps, read, and try to hit the gym. What sounds better? Especially with the weather being bitter cold, I’m perfectly happy cuddling up with a cup of tea, ready to binge on a book. I even consciously refused to start a new Netflix series because I didn’t want to get sucked into a new series. Continue reading “Books I Read in December”
It’s my last blog post of 2017 and I can’t believe what a journey it’s been. I wrote a post about a week ago talking about what I learned during 2017, but I’ve done a bit more reflection as the year ends.
I put together a little video for myself to remember the year. I posted it on my blog’s Facebook page if you want to take a peak! I’ll also graze through what I reflected on here as well.
I don’t know about you, but New Years Eve is one of my least favorite holidays. There’s always so much pressure to have a blast and it can be so expensive! This year my plan it to stop by and hang out with some old friends and then maybe stay up late enough to see the ball drop. I just feel like the best way to start 2018 isn’t with a hangover, you know?
Hello everyone! Long time no talk! I apologize for being absent for about a week, but it was a much needed hiatus. I just finished up my fall semester of my senior year and I felt a desperate need to reset. So instead of dishing out sub-par content, I decided to take a step back.
I also felt a compete lack of inspiration which added to my absence. Again I didn’t want to post anything that I didn’t stand behind. So some blog post ideas that were suggested and my break, I’m happy to say that I’m re-inspired and re-energized! Without further ado I wanted to show you all what I wore for Christmas Eve.
2017 was a whirlwind of a year. I feel like I just blinked and January turned into December. This was a year of many firsts and some wonderful experiences. After sitting down with a tea, I started some serious self-reflecting. I wanted to go back and remember some of the ideas that suck with me throughout the year and today I’m sharing with you all my list of what lessons I learned in 2017.
With holiday cookies, family dinners, and an endless list of Christmas movies to watch, who really has time for working out. When motivation is at an all time low, it can be hard to workout until a New Year’s resolution is made. For Blogmas day 4 I wanted to share my ways that I stay healthy during the holiday season. The way I achieve this doesn’t result in missing out on any of the festive fun!