2015: The Year of Less Hesitation

I’m not typically a big fan of New Year’s resolutions because I make resolutions year-round: getting in shape, work goals, doing more of x activity… you get the picture.

In fact, I’ve witnessed only one person make a year-long resolution and stick to it. Instead, I make shorter time-sensitive goals (this week, this month, by March, etc.) That being said, as I was reviewing my past year I realized I have a tendency to hesitate before following through with some of these goals, regardless of when they’re supposed to be accomplished.

So for the first time, maybe EVER, I’m going to make a 2015 resolution of letting go of the hesitation and trusting myself. Now that I’m 26 (groan), I realize how fast years can fly by before you realize you’ve been sitting on the sidelines instead of getting in the game. My life is comfortable, but I want it to be challenging. I want to grow and learn and follow my heart, in all things. The only conclusion I can draw is to challenge myself and quit hesitating.

I don’t know if anyone out there feels the same way I do, but I don’t want life to pass me by. I want to be LIVING every moment of every day. I’ve already jumped into something new this year and it’s scary and exhilarating. I hope to get to make an announcement about it in the near future.

Anyone want to join me and start proactively living? Anyone have a better resolution they’re working on?

–Thanks for reading! ❤ Please share your resolutions or goals and what you think of mine!

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