In 2019, I tried to do too much when it came to my resolutions. I had too many because I was trying to fill up a page in my bullet journal. This year I fine tuned and narrowed it down. I didn’t want to overwhelm myself to the point where I didn’t have any motivation to do anything. This year I set seven resolutions and you’ll find them below the cut
1. Work on my novels and try to finish Reaper
I have struggled lately to spend any time prioritizing my creative projects. However, I find creativity very fulfilling so I think it’s important for me to spend some time on my novels and it would be great if I could finish them.
2. Procrastinate less
I would love to work on being more productive. I often struggle with this because I’ll get distracted by something and too much time will pass by. It’s bad and I know it, but I want to do better and I’m going to try to do better this year.
3. Grow as a teacher and a writer
I think it’s always a good thing to try and do better. It’s my hope to continue to grow in 2020.
4. Try new things
I don’t want to get stuck in a rut, and I can definitely be pretty stubborn sometimes which leaves me in that rut. I want to try and do my best to put myself outside of my comfort zone and do things that are new to me.
5. Exercise more and eat healthier
I make this resolution every year and every year I struggle with it. However, I have to love in my body for the rest of my life so it seems like it would be worth it to try and take care of it.
6. Spend time with people who make you happy and do more things that make you happy
I think this one will be easy because as I write this post I am currently spending time with people who make me happy. I just like to include this as a reminder to myself so that I can do things that make me happy.
7. Accept yourself more
This will always be a process and it’s worth it to me to keep reminding myself that who I am is okay. I like reminders.
So what resolutions did you set for yourself? Let me know in the comments.