Tuesday, 30 December 2014

New Year's Resolutions

A new year will most certainly not promise a 'new me'. But merely an adaptation of the traits I already have. To those that saw my Facebook post this time last year, you know this time of years overwhelms me with an immense amount of anxiety. I cannot sit back and tell you my year has been one of pure joy and seemingless joy. In all honesty, without pause for thought, this has been the hardest year of my life. But I thank the trials of this year as they have allowed me to broaden my views and seek solace in some very beautiful things that the world has to offer.

My intentions for a new year are always positive and something I always believe I can grasp. For 2015, I intend to limit myself to things I feel I can reach.

To give blood. I saw a friend of mine post that she had given blood. Whilst the prospect seems scary, I hope to go through with this at least once this year. I hope to document this and show you. Not only for my own personal solace, but as a way of helping you see me for well.. Me? :)

To focus on my education. I let things in my life shadow the path I am already on. This year will mark so much importance to me. So I hope to find a balance (moreso in the favour of education) regarding my education and my personal life.

To have a positive outlook. I cannot force myself to be happy in moments of sadness. Nor can I force myself to smile in moments of sorrow. But I want to see the bright side to almost every moment. This is an intention I hope to fulfill. Perhaps I'll keep a jar and fill it with all the happy moments of my year, and reflect on it at the end of 2015

If you are reading this, and feel comfortable enough to open up, feel free to let me know what your New year's resolution is. Heres to a beautiful new year


  1. My New Years Resolution, is to be open minded on everything. Do the things I was scared of doing. Do the undaring, and... Not be afraid of needles 💀😨😨😱💀💀👽

  2. Not sure if anyone assured you. But donating blood is a great cause, i donated every time i could in active service. Usually takes 10 mins, whole bunch of agreements an maybe a test to see what blood type and such. Than process is just a pinch, ya squeeze a ball to help the flow of blood, an a quick pull of the needle. Afterward a snack but keep in mind to go easy that day, dizziness and tiredness will be a sign to slow down