New Year’s Wish List {2}

Alrighty! As promised, this is part 2 to the New Year’s Wishlist.

So if you read the first part and are now thinking, “Sounds great! But where do I start? Wah…” I will gladly offer some suggestions. When writing out your wishlist, here are mind exploring ideas for setting intentions and visualizing your new year:

Write it down. There is a connection between your brain, your hands and ink on paper. Write it down, see it, save it.

Make a vision board. Take old magazines and cut out pictures/words that resonate. Put your story together on paper and you can see it before your eyes every day!

Who is the company you keep? Write a list of traits that describe the people you want surrounding you. Do they inspire, listen, teach, calm, energize, make you laugh, etc.,?

Where do you want to work? If you are setting sights on a new job, you don’t have to know what the job title is but just touching on how you want to feel every day helps. Do you want to feel inspired, focused, creative, strategic, etc.,? Other items to include on your wishlist are: company culture, location/commute, environment, desired salary/hourly rate. See it!

Where do you want to live? Do you visualize yourself in the city, on a coast, grassy hillside or your favorite suburb?  And within your space, do you see it as luxurious, minimalist, tranquil, bright, colorful, rustic? If you love where you live currently, does it feel as good as it should? Enough to call it your sanctuary? If not, maybe there are some simple changes you can make to evoke the feeling of your perfect home.

Travel. Maybe you don’t do enough of it! Where do you want to go? Do you see one long vacation or do you want shorter, more frequent get-aways? Adventure, comfort, outdoors, city exploration are all different types of travel.

Personal aesthetics. This includes the ever-popular resolutions including, “lose weight,” “work out more,” “eating healthier,” etc., But I encourage you to ask yourself, “Why?” Why is it important to put these things at the top of your list and how will it benefit your life? If you can get to the root of your wishes, you will push away the “should” thoughts and begin believing that the changes are true enhancements, rather than something to be dreaded.

What else? These are just some ideas and depending on what you need most, you can start with any aspects of life! The most important thing to remember is to focus on how you want to FEEL in the end. We feel with our hearts and our hearts never steer us in the wrong direction. If you can feel it, you can be it.

Enjoy your wishlist-making fun!! See it, feel it, write it down, believe it. xoxox!

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