Writer’s Workshop: One Word- Change

One Word- Change
One Word- Change

 

2015 is the year of CHANGE for me. I’m dedicating this year to doing a massive overhaul in the different areas of my life.

I have been procrastinating for too long and it is time for some action.  It is time for a revamp- Physically, Mentally and Spiritually.

I’m going all out to make it work this time by systematically following through my to-do list for each area that I will be working on.

Physical  Change

– Get into better shape and ideal weight
(I’ve already stated this in my 2015 resolutions)

– Revamp my wardrobe and dressing

– Get the kids/ family to participate in more outdoor and physical sports.

– Sleep earlier each day and try to get better quality sleep with the help of essential oils.

– De -cluttering every area of the house to reduce physical clutter and only to keep items that are really of use to the family.

Mental Change

– To sharpen my mind by reading up  and learning about brain development/ NLP/ Positive parenting

– To develop a different mindset and work towards maximizing   the kids and my academic potential

– To remove all toxicity around me be it in the form of a person or thought.  Reduce negative thoughts, actions and presumptions.

Spiritual Change

– To devote more time to prayer and mediation

– Cultivate a spirit of gratitude in the family

What is your word for 2015?

 

Jenny Matlock

Mama’s Losin’ It

 

20 thoughts on “Writer’s Workshop: One Word- Change”

  1. I enjoyed reading your post. Last year, my husband and I did a list of physical, creative, and spiritual changes and it worked out really well! I think my word for this year will be “contentment.” I think I can focus too much on changing things about myself or what I think I want instead of enjoying what’s going on around me. At the same time, the only constant in life is change, so maybe I’m just ahead of the curve 😉

  2. What a great word! I love how you divided it up into categories as well. I did something somewhat similar with my word of the year.

  3. Nice plans! I hope you (and me, too!) will be able to achieve what we plan to do this year! Good luck to us! Happy new year, Dominique!

  4. Better is my word for 2015. I am a better me in 2015 and I am praying that all my goals will be achieved. Have a Blessed New Year to you and your family.

  5. Change is always my favourite word because it is the opposite of bored!!! Good luck with your massive overhaul on your life – you have a fantastic list for 2015, we will look forward to seeing how you go through your posts. Wishing you a fantastic year ahead.
    Wren x

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