Hey everyone! 2018 was a pretty rough, self-deprecating year for me. 2019 looks like a beacon of hope to me right now-- an out, a start-over, a refresh button. My goals, at the root, attempt to remedy problems I don't mean to create because of my anxiety and fear. In 2018 I unintentionally let myself … Continue reading New Years Resolutions 2019
Setting f'ing smart goals sounds so much more empowering than setting measly smart goals. Why be smart when you could be f'ing smart?
Why "goals"? Because "resolutions" don't work. They have a silent stigma around them that makes you think you only have to do them for a short amount of time. If you have a goal, that suggests that you must complete it. For example: "My New Years resolution is to go to the gym." People who … Continue reading 2016 Goals