Ah, December 31st. The end of another year. The day on which your newsfeed will be flooded with reflections, photos of everyone’s year and the goals they have for the coming months.
These kinda posts can go one of these ways with you; they either inspire you to go out and make something happen for yourself, make you feel rubbish for not having as ‘great’ a year as someone else or just think, ‘meh’. View Post
Goal setting is so important, don’t you think? It keeps you focussed, keeps you on track and gives you something to aim for.
This isn’t just specific to training either. Setting yourself personal goals is a great way to practice self care, too. View Post
It’s become somewhat of a tradition in our household to jot down yearly goals at the start of the New Year and review them the following New Years Day. We’ve found it to not only be productive, but it’s made us proactive and accountable for the things we want to achieve. I’m pleased to say I achieved 4/5 goals set for 2016, and now a new list has been set, I am already hard at work to make them happen.
So what can I tell you about 2016? Well, it was a year of reflection and self deppreciation that’s for sure! Looking back at my training, relationships and lifestyle was actually quite difficult. View Post
I love to write; it’s a great channel of self expressionism, even if it is about something that may not be totally relevant to your life right now – putting your spin on another topic is a great way to see how creative you can be.
I guess that’s why these blogs haven’t been as prominent as they used to be – I have been working so hard trying to find my style in my day job, this has kinda fallen by the way side… View Post
It’s 2016 already?! Oh Dear, I haven’t written on here for ages. I know, I suck. I have even been scolded by James’ Grandma for not providing her with her light reading 😉
I have made it a goal for this year to be more active on my blog. I need to be – for my own sanity!! View Post