Despite posting three days late, for once I have really thought about my New Year’s resolutions. This year has been one full of extreme heartbreak as well as extreme highs and I look forward to the new adventures that the next 365 days hold for me. I feel fresh and want to make everyday count. I want to be grateful every morning to just wake up breathing and to be healthy. I hope you have a beautiful new year…
Obviously I want to eat healthier, exercise more blah blah blah, but these aren’t the things that make a difference to me and my life. I have learnt so much this year about the people around me and how it feels to not have the people around me that I love the most, so this new year I want to appreciate what I have and not be affected so much by those who don’t make a difference to the way I live. DON’T PRIORITISE THOSE WHO TREAT YOU AS AN OPTION. Who doesn’t look for you doesn’t miss you. Who doesn’t miss you doesn’t care for you. That destiny decides who comes into your life and decides who stays. I think that people who treated us badly were meant to be in our lives so that when the good people come along we learn to value them because they value us. The biggest mistake I have made is losing myself in the process of prioritsing people too much that therefore, I have forgotten that I am special too.
Lot’s of recent events in my life and my closest friend’s have made me realise that friends are all you need to be happy because they are the people you can trust the most and be there for no matter what when you know they are true friends.
I want to feel proud of what I achieve this year and how I develop further as a human being. I want to discover things that will amaze me. I want to amaze myself so that I make my life worth living. I want to come out of 2015 with something so special that it will make me smile. There is a difference between a good life and a great life and I want to transform my life. I want to make time to spend with my family and do out of the ordinary activities that will excite me forever. I want to make time for myself and take up yoga or Pilates classes with my mum to contribute to a spiritual cleansing. I want to move on from the heartache that’s making me live in the past, not the present. I want to experience new cultural food, whether it’s healthy or not. I want to book more and more concert tickets and I can’t wait for the Reading festival I’m going to next summer. I want to live in bright colours, not black and white. I have discovered a book that I think will help me to achieve this and convince me to look at life from another perspective. This book is called Hippies In The City; it will ”supply its reader with timeless health information, leaving you feeling excited about the wonderful world of clean living and natural therapies. It’s fun, informative and will inspire anyone who is determined to find a healthier version of themselves”.