As we begin the third week of the New year and the beginning of a new work week, it is a great time to start working towards the very best version of ourselves. Although it is never too late to start. Each day is new and different and starts out with so much potential.
Last week I watched the Rachel Hollis: Made for More movie with my three daughters at the theater. They all really like Rachel Hollis and how much encouragement and inspiration she has to offer when she speaks on different subjects. She spoke a lot about making things a habit so that you will follow through with them. I found that I also am a fan and would love to attend her weekend event called "Rise". As well, as read her books. She talks about her personal life as well as how she has spent many years working on her business and getting it to where she wants it to be. So, I look forward to making some new habits that will help me excel in all areas of my life.
I also recently joined a gym near our house that includes many classes with its membership. This morning as I was getting ready to attend a yoga class, I found that my work out clothes were scattered all over the closet. This makes for a frustrating start to my new exercise routine! I found a short Facebook video featuring Marie Kondo organizing workout clothes. How convenient is that?? And although as part of her show on Netflix is that things bring you "joy" in order to keep them, I can honestly say that my gym clothes do not bring me much joy. But, the end results will! And if I can start a new day finding all the essentials to make my day easier while still half asleep, all the better.
Bummer, it looks like I have some books to read and another Netflix show to watch!
What are your plans to help yourself and your business be the best they can be?
The holidays are a great reminder to take inventory of all the good things in your life. What was your favorite thing about the holiday? Did you have a special memory that you are grateful for?
As a new calendar year begins, kick it off with plans to live a healthier, better organized life. Making gratitude a habit can have positive benefits to your own happiness as well as those around you.
From our family to yours, we wish you a marvelous Monday! A wonderful work week, and a sparkling New Year!