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2013 thoughts

Saturday, January 05, 2013

I looked at the goals I set for last year and found that I had met two of them, I didn't crochet a blanket and I didn't continue the photo journal. I started that off pretty well, but didn't keep it together. I really do think I made a lot of progress on dealing with emotional issues, releasing what I can't change, and moving forward towards my best life and what I'm made for. I'm really into positve psychology, and self-improvement challenges. It challenges my mind and my spirit, and makes sure I keep myself aligned with who I really am, instead of with what others expect of me (as easy as that sounds, it wasn't, I really cared a lot about what other people thought).
This year, I still want to focus more on gaining that confidence in myself, and turning the healthy routine into a lifestyle. I don't want to count on others to be happy, but only to contribute to the inner happiness and security that I'll have in my core. I want to be proud of what I accomplish over the year, physically, spiritually, emotionally and habitually. I really liked the idea another sparkbuddy did by defining what I want to happen this year in one word. I'm still thinking over what I want that word to be, but I'll be back once I do!
Good luck to everyone with your own goals and thoughts for this year!
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  • v RISINGBLUESTAR
    I can relate to wanting to build confidence & not wanting to worry about what others think. You CAN do this! I can't wait to see the word you choose! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1293 days ago
  • v KCLEVELAND5678
    Best of luck to you! I hope you accomplish all your goals for this year!
    1294 days ago
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