Happy New Year, Y’all! What Will You Change In 2014?

Good afternoon gorgeous! I hope you all had a fabulous New Years Eve and New Years Day and you’re having a good day back to work if you had to head back in today! It is widely known that you are more likely to stick with your goals and plans if you tell people what they are… That is why I am tell all of you lovely ladies what my New Years resolutions are! Coming up with at least one resolution is something I do every year, and usually it is always to be more healthy or try and lose some weight (that one may or may not have made my list again…), but like almost everyone else who makes a resolution, I tend to ditch these goals and plans sometime around spring break (if not before!). So this year, I am hoping to stick with these resolutions that I am making all year (or at least until they are completed…)! This year, my New Years resolutions are:

  1.  Save more money – as I’m sure many of you can tell, I may have a little bitty shopping problem… And, as you can imagine, this “addiction” as some may call it, leads me to spend far more money than I should be.  With graduation right around the corner (and dreams of moving to the greatest place in all the land, New York City), I really need to start saving as much money as I possibly can!
  2. Live a healthier lifestyle – I really do try my best to be as healthy as I possibly can, but this pertains to more than just my diet, I obviously would like to eat a little healthier (my roommate and I are going to cut carbs and sugar when we get back to school!), but I also am going to make a conscious effort to get back into going to the gym at least 6 days a week.  This also includes many other aspects of living a healthy lift!
  3. Be more positive – Whether or not you’ve been in my shoes or not, we all know that looking for a job these days is a rather bleak thought.  With the economy on the up side, the job market is certainly getting better, but it is still not the greatest.  So, one thing I am going to work on this year is being more positive about the hunt for a job.  (After all, even if I am not employed right when I graduate, someone has to hire me eventually, right?!).  This resolution to be a more positive person applies to more than just the job search though. I am really aiming to be more of a “glass half full” person in all aspects of life!
  4. Read more – I am not sure that you guys know this about me, but I absolutely love, love, love to read.  Reading, like running, is one of the few things that just takes me to my own world and makes me such a happy person.  However, with the stress of school and the seemingly never ending pile of reading for class, I always seem to lose track of the books that I read for myself during the school year.  But this year, I really want to make the conscious effort to read a book that is totally for me at least a few times a week.

There you have it ladies, those are my four resolutions for 2014.  I am going to take steps to make these happen that will include you guys (who’s ready for a book club?!).  Do you have any ideas for me to carry out any of these resolutions? What are your resolutions this year!? I’d love to hear ’em ladies!


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