Once upon a time, there was a girl who had tons of ideas. She loved to make unique items, and come up with business plans. Sadly, though, this girl had little time or motivation to actually carry out most of the ventures, and thus was left with a virtual mess of blogs, websites, and profiles.
Sound familiar at all? Yup, that’s me. The “Idea Queen” who still has yet to find her kingdom to rule, or what she plans to be when she grows up. With Pinterest now a fabulous distraction, I’ve given up any hope that I will EVER stick with just one project at a time.
“This year’s resolution is to… ”
How many times have you heard this over the last several days? Weight loss, income goals, or some other area of life that we feel is lacking are made into “resolutions”. I am guilty of this myself, mostly because I felt it was against the law if I didn’t make a resolution. After all, what better time to make a fresh start with your life than the beginning of a new year?
Problem is, unrealistic goals and expectations of ourselves rarely make it past the first few weeks. I saw the other day on Twitter one person decided her resolution was to NOT make a resolution. In fact, quite a few people you talk to might say “I didn’t make one this year, because I always break them anyway.”