I’ve always sort of loathed new years resolutions, not because I’m against having goals in place, but simply because I think resolutions add too much pressure. We build up so much expectation for this “start” to a new year, when really, they are all just days, days when we could make a change without all of the hubbub. I feel silly feeling so resentful towards a goal; all I’m saying is dream big every day. If your resolution fell short yesterday, try again today. If you cheated on that diet only three days in, have oatmeal for breakfast the next morning. No one’s standing above you with their finger wagging judgment. I guess that brings me to my own today’s resolution: Stop worrying about what everyone else thinks. And with that, be kind. Everything will work out.
About The Author:
Hi, I’m Lexi. Sometimes lawyer, full-time blogger, mama and wife. I pride myself on being tacky and pray the paragraphs I scribble on the back of napkins will morph into a bestselling novel (or series … I wouldn’t complain.) I have a Type-A personality in overdrive, wear too much black, love all things over-the-top, books and glitter make me weak in the knees, and I can't stop buying impractical shoes. This blog has become my dream job. I now style shoots, create content for brands, and offer consulting for businesses and bloggers looking to utilize a blog and/or social media to grow their brand or online presence. I’m SO glad you’re here!