dating rules 2nd date I love the start of a new year, don’t you? For me, it’s a time to reflect, recharge and get inspired. I’ve never been a big New Years Resolutioner but over the last few years I’ve really been inspired by intention setting. In 2017 I decided to set intentions rather than resolutions and came out feeling challenged and more motivated. I didn’t feel like a failure (a common result of resolutions), in fact I was pleased with my small, but still significant progress. I’ll be leaving resolutions behind and setting intentions from here on out and I think you should to. Here’s three reasons why:
1 – Intentions are the root of everyday actions to living a better life, while resolutions are big goals without an action plan.
http://bernardisantiques.com/?kosmodrom=rencontre-ado-amour-gratuit&8c6=4a Intentions remind me a lot of the action plan part of goal setting. You take a big goal and you break it down into smaller, more achievable parts that you tackle one at a time. Intentions are kind of like that. They’re more specific and more realistic than resolutions.
2 – Intentions are inspiring, while resolutions leave us feeling uninspired by February.
http://aquanetta.pl/?kostromesp=opcje-binarne-historia&427=70 Intentions are meaningful and come from our deepest desires. They are the root of what we want most out of life and they are what help us accomplish a life we feel good about.
3 – Intentions don’t necessarily have an end date, while resolutions last a year…if they make it that far.
greek partnersuche The best part about intentions is that many times they are life-long. There isn’t really an end date. Overtime intentions can become second nature, like habits. Similarly, intentions can evolve overtime and you can set addition intentions anytime throughout the year.