A New Year’s Resolutions Review

Below are condensed versions of my resolutions of the previous four years. You will see certain themes repeat over and over, because I have been working on these areas of life and healing for many years.

For my 2014 resolutions list I’m working at developing more detailed plans into my resolutions so that I have some definite goals to work towards, going even further than I did last year, while accepting my health limitations and life challenges, so that I don’t make myself feel and believe negatively about myself for the things that I cannot achieve through the year.

2010

Eat more chocolate. Dance in the moonlight. Look at the stars. Be creative.Laugh and play. Write. Learn. Sing. Question authority. Be brazen. Help others. Help others to heal. Heal.

2011

Be safe. Be happy. Do the things you love. Do the loving things for your body, you deserve them. Find the moonlight, remember to dance. See the stars. Laugh a lot. Embrace your breath.

Accept healing into your cells. Make it a part of you, not just a part of your life.

Love your body.Eat more chocolate. Be yourself. Be.

2012

More chocolate. More moving my body. More laughter. More play. More healthy eating. More boundaries. More acquaintances, friends, interactions, and support. Reach out to others.

More love.

I have spent a lot of time trying to figure out what I love, what brings me bliss, what I like, what I don’t like, what I do want, what I don’t want. I now want to spend more of my time with love.

More gentleness towards my body. More comfort. More in nature. See more beauty. More music. More creativity. More skills. More healing.

2013

Word of the Year: Sunny

Phrase of the Year: Keep Reaching. Thanks David. :)

Three word summary on Healing: Walk Your Path

Read. Read children’s books. Bike. Christmas year round. Music. Singing. Move, dance. Walk and exercise. Adventure. Museums. Photography. Zoos. Friends and support.  And I am going to keep reaching. Do creativity. Write children’s books. Do creative projects. Once or month or once a week once I start doing more.Collage projects.Poetry/writing. Combat clutter. Puzzles. Dollies and stuffies. Play games. Healing. Reiki energy healing work. Drumming. Join more social groups.

2 thoughts on “A New Year’s Resolutions Review

  1. I can see these recurring themes indeed. It’s good you’re planning on more detailed goals for this year, that will enable you to focus on what you really want to achieve.

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    • Hi Astrid,

      In the specific posts I did have some specifics to many of my goals, especially last year’s resolution post.

      For years I didn’t do specific goals for my resolutions because so often, and like many other people, they were unrealistic goals that were soon abandoned and brought me a lot of shame and guilt.

      This year I am trying for more tangible results, in some areas, and I am more focused on what I want from my daily life, and so that will be a big part of my resolutions, to help focus me on the areas that I want to enjoy in my life. 🙂

      Still, with my life challenges, I try to be very casual about any specific goal, as health and life turmoils can so often throw me off the horse. I am proud to say that I/we get back up again and ride.

      Good and healing thoughts to you.

      Kate

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