When it signals a lifestyle change.
Frankly stated, I’m not a fan of making resolutions.
In fact, they kinda make me feel like this:
I’m the type of person that feels like an absolute, miserable failure if I can’t or don’t accomplish something I really wanted to. It really starts to affect me. It alerts my anxiety daily and just keeps badgering me.
For 2017, I decided to jump on the “word bandwagon” and pick one. In the past, my anxiety coupled with procrastination has been my biggest hurdle. I decided my word for 2017 is….
I haven’t hit “publish” on some blog posts I’ve had waiting in the wings.
I have a few reviews I have been holding onto, trying to figure out how to word them.
There are PTA events coming up that I am in charge of and need to get to work on right away.
I need to reorganize my desk.
I need to finish reorganizing my den/office.
There are several books I started but never finished.
I’m going to stop letting my mind get the better of my and just DO the things on my to-do and must-do lists. It’s time to get my tuckus in gear and just get it all done.
What’s your word for 2017?