I've contemplated writing a resolutions post on FS because I have mixed feelings about them.  I believe there are people that either like them or don't--and that there are people that just don't give them much thought.  Confession.  I do love reading what others resolve to do in the coming year--but I don't feel quite comfortable sharing mine.  I also believe that there is a high probability that resolutions will change over time depending on how life flows and once shared how do you go back and explain that  because of this, this and this, my resolution changed to....this?

But I am all about goal setting and the bigger the goal the better.  When mapping out any plan, I think the internal changes we want to make within ourselves are a constant work in progress and should be looked at day to day, week to week, month to month and so on and so on.  That way when one goal is reached another immediately begins whether you've resolved to achieve it or not.  Just my very humble two cents on this big 'ol January topic.

image via / quote, nirvana


Mirka said...

I get what you mean! Every time I write a list, life happens, and some time later, most of the items seem like someone else wrote them. But this year, I actually posted a list of goals I would like to accomplish in 2013. Some of them are the things I wanted to fulfill for some time, some of them are the ones I was just thinking about.. I think that putting it out there gives me an extra motivation to actually make them happen. We will see in the end of the year, how it worked.. :)

Jamy of Fourth Street said...

Mirka, it is so lovely to meet you! I loved your list of goals. Especially No.01 and No.25. If you get the chance, go to the Blue Balls Music Festival in Lucerne. It is one of the best I've been too.

Love your aesthetic and your work, I'll be following quite regularly. xo.