Geez 2015 sure did sneak up on me & thus I am behind on my resolutions. But as the saying goes better late than never. My word for 2015 is…
to have the courage to do something
I constantly make excuses to not to do something usually because I am scared. This year I want to be brave. I want to take multiple risks, and be exposed to the world. I love this quote… “Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. The fearful are caught as often as the bold.”-Helen Keller
My daring goals for 2015 include…
- ADVENTURE – Climb 800 feet up to the top of half dome in Yosemite. I am slightly afraid of heights, so this will be a challenge and it will force me to trust in my husband’s climbing abilities.
- PARTIES– Plan 3 parties this year. I love planning parties & being a hostess, but I am so afraid that no one will come because most of my friends have kids now and I constantly hear how much of a hassle it is to get a sitter.
- BUSINESS (part 1) – To throw myself into the blogging community & gain traction for dabblism.com. This is going to force me to be vulnerable, which is hard for me to do.
- BUSINESS (part 2) – Organize a local bloggers get together. My excuse for not doing this was there might not be any other bloggers in my smallish town, but even if just 3 of us get together I would be happy.
- BUSINESS (part 3) – Develop a product to sell. I have a few ideas, but I need to find an additional income stream.
- RELATIONSHIPS – I want to intentionally build stronger relationships with those around me including family, friends, and business colleagues. Some of the above parties & get togethers will help foster those relationships, but I also want to be more intentional about sending cards & calling people randomly just to see how they are doing.
- JESUS – Continue to put Jesus first in my life by having morning quiet times, being active in our small group, and praying constantly.
What are you looking forward to accomplishing in 2015? If you need inspiration check out the weekly goals linkup at The Nectar Collective.