So, 2015 has been up and kicking for the past 3 month and most people are treating it like the zillion years before. Doing the same ish....getting the same results.
Its during this time that we realize that so many New Year New Me Resolutions
have been thrown out of the window. Actually, most of them were donezo by January's end. People usually start out with the best of intentions but life, laziness and comfort keeps them the same. I am so guilty of this.
My Resolutions would usually consist of
- Getting in the best shape possible/my body gotta be tight and right, aight!?
- Strengthening my spiritual life (Jesus fix it now)
- Getting my finances in order (Stay out of Vicki Secret pls)
- Improving on my relationships....(Patience my dear)
- and learning something new
These are all noble resolutions and basically, I, like many others, want to get my house in order.
I don't mean physical house. The house I mean is the things that make you, well you. Your spirituality, your mental and emotional health, your physical health, your relationships, your finances...how you manage these things are a reflection of how you operate on the inside (and what you truly believe about yourself.)
Usually what happens is people can excel in one, two or three areas and neglect the others. They are all equally important. For example, a woman can have a spiritual life that makes Jesus smile, yet be totally neglecting of her physical health. Or the other woman can have a banging body yet be so messed up on the inside that it turns others away. To be in harmony means that all of these things should be somewhat balanced. Yes, you may devote a little more time to one area, so long as you don't completely abandon the others. And also, it is not about being Ms. Perfect. It's about living your best life possible. When these things are aligned, you can conquer your world.