Wednesday, February 28, 2018

18 for 2018

Maybe the end of February is an off time to share a list of goals for the year, but I've been carefully crafting this list since the year started.

I have my word for 2018, and set my goals for January, and I've baby-stepped my way towards Veganism by dropping dairy. And really....that's already a whole lot of ambition. But then I heard a recent episode of Happier with Gretchen Rubin & Elizabeth Craft and was totally inspired by their happiness hack of setting 18 goals for 2018.

18 goals for 2018

The idea of this list felt a little more solid and substantial, full of happy actionables that made me feel excited for the year to come. They feel more like adventures rather than goals, to me.

It was surprisingly hard to complete, though. Attempting to pick 18 actual actions - things that I could cross off definitively and with joy was quite a task. But I feel totally sparkly and thrilled with what I came up with.

I've already completed a few, but I'm going to leave the list intact and exciting for now so I can share how it all went by the end of the year.

Here's to a lovely 18!

1. Quit dairy.
2. Grow sage (+ dry and bundle it for smuding.)
3. Host a full moon party (or two.)
4. Get a new camera or better lens(es).
5. Make at least one small craft a month (something I can fully complete.)
6. Host a silly Christmas in July party.
7. Do the mom ab DVD program.
8. Complete a fun challenge (photos, outfits, hairdos, etc.)
9. Host a tea party.
10. Get the basement's s**t together.
11. Paint allthetrim.
12. Make a vision board for the year.
13. Get a little black dress.
14. Plant a little wellness + tea garden and include: lavender, chamomile, lemon balm + peppermint.
15. Make a "bliss list" to carry out every day.
16. Read 40 books.
17. Visit Lily Dale.
18. Be more hygge - add a few new house plants, take time to make the house feel happy, strive for cozy, focus on feels, fall in love with tea, + prioritize intention and mindfulness. (Make things special!)

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