Welcome to the first roundup post of 2018! It features inspirational blog posts I’ve read over the past week and I just have to say… you all rock! This edition has a focus on the New Year, and I wish you all an amazing time ahead, full of joy and peace.
The Possibilities Await
This fresh New Year holds much potential… if we are open to what pops up around us. Goldenbrodie shares lovely wishes for 2018 that include “pleasure overthrows business” and “we become color blind,” all in poetic form. May these words become truth.
New Goals in the New Year
Ben Aqiba explains in his inspirational blog post titled New Year=New Goal that life is transient and we must ask ourselves tough questions to continue to advance in our lives. These questions include, “Have I had goals this year?” and “Have I achieved them?” If you want a better year than ever, head over to this blog to read more.
What Do You See?
It’s a time of reflection, and Lauren at Baydreamer is encouraging us to love ourselves in her blog post Your Reflection. While it may sound simple to practice self-love, I for one know it’s not – we’re the hardest on ourselves! I love what Lauren writes about gifting yourself an authentic you in this New Year.
Cheers to 2018!
I loved reading everyone’s hopes for 2018, including this one from Er. Devanshu Srivastava at Part of Almighty. It’s a beautiful time when we have so much ahead of us, and may happiness await you!
Looking for New Year’s Resolutions?
Not everyone sets resolutions for the New Year. But if you do so and you haven’t decided which ones to make in 2018, then Richa at iScriblr is here to help! There are six great suggestions in her motivating blog post for helping you to set a resolution, including “be specific” and “take one step at a time.”
Let’s embrace the new energy, the new potential that is “so ripe now,” writes Barbara at Me My Magnificent Self. This inspiring blog post titled Abundance Begins with a Wish encourages us to ask ourselves what we wish to experience in the New Year. Perhaps it is quality time with loved ones or challenging yourself in your career. I recommend this uplifting read.