Goodbye 2014, Hello 2015!


Boy oh boy, I have a strong feeling that 2015 is going to be an amazing year. I am claiming it right now! Not only am I planning on graduating college, but I also will be moving into my new home and getting married. Besides these things I also plan on growing my relationship with God and myself to a deeper level. I have written a few New Year’s Resolutions for 2015 that I plan on keeping.

My New Year’s Resolutions:

  • Graduate with a BA in English
  • Start my studies in Holistic Nutrition/Holistic Health Coaching
  • Reach a new deeper level in my relationship with God
  • Be able to do a handstand
  • Grow my blog
  • Finish my novel
  • Begin writing my EBook
  • Grow stronger mentally (not allowing my emotions or circumstances to affect my happiness)
  • Get my personal training and yoga certificates
  • Continue to eat more organically
  • Spend more time in nature, reading books, writing, and with family than on electronic devices
  • Learn everything I can
  • (this is an empty slot because I know that I will end up adding more later haha)

I have some great goals for 2015 that I am excited to start, but I can say that 2014 has ended wonderfully for me. Where I am spiritually, mentally, and physically, I am so pleased with. This year didn’t start out so great with all the stresses from school and all the petty things that I let bother me and affect my happiness. There were many bumps along the way, but looking at how much I have learned and how much I have grown, I have to say this has been one of the best years. Nothing can take away my knowledge that all my trials have given me. I feel so much more at peace and I feel so happy. My circumstances haven’t changed much, but my outlook has and that makes a world of difference. I feel that God has such a great plan for my life and I am more than ready to take His Hand and let Him guide me. I have learned so much about life that I feel God needed me to know before He could take me on this journey we are about to embark on.

I hope that you all have had a great year and I want to remind you to look at your troubles in a positive light. Trials and tribulations only make you stronger. I hope that this upcoming year you all learn how to live happily, peacefully, joyfully, and healthy.