While many people argue that New Year resolutions don’t work, I still like to write down new goals for each year. Why? Because a new year/a new era/ a new episode/a new everything in my life gets me excited. And I love having yet another reason to get motivated, to want to achieve more. Why not? What’s so bad in writing down things you want to do this year? Who cares how much you’ll actually do or not, at least you’re willing to wish for it and commit to it even if it’s just for January. At least you had a pretty good January!
You see, I am a goal oriented person in general and I have my own journal, I have a huge stash of personal growth books, I always analyse where I’m at and where I wanna be and I always need to feel I’ve progressed or grown somehow. If I don’t, I get upset, very upset.
But I know that not everyone is the same (or as obsessed). And that’s why it’s even more important to get a chance to write down your personal goals. And really believe in them. Don’t read any of that bullshit that tries to convince you that you’re one of the quitters, or that New Year’s resolutions don’t work. You do your own thing and try your best. Because the more we want, the more we’ll get. And no matter how juicy it sounds, there’s nothing to loose, but to gain. So join me on this new journey, and let’s make the most out of 2017!
In the morning of 1st of January we went on a road trip in the Lake District, where we got the chance to take these photos. You don’t get to have a clear blue ski in the UK, so yes, we started 2017 pretty well 🙂
Raincoat – Primark Men | Knit top – Zara | Thermal Leggings – Unbranded | Boots – Hunter
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