Because I'm an avid list maker I must admit that I have always loved making New Years Resolutions. In the past I've made lists of practical things I would like to do differently during the year. This year, however, I decided to make a life list. I chose things that I will more than likely work on and work towards until the day I die. These phrases are not my own words but are lines that stuck with me over the course of the year--things I read, things that were shared with me, things that I saw in other people. More than anything I want to be less consumed with my stuff and myself.
1. Buy less, choose well.
2. Collect moments, not things.
3. Be ware of hurry.
4. Live more from intention and less from habit.
5. Wherever you are, be all there.
6. Remember: The grass is greener where you water it.
7. Promote what you love instead of bashing what you hate.
8. Remember that comparison is the thief of joy.
9. Drive less, bike/walk more.
10. Do small things with great love.
We would love to hear from you all! What do you think about New Years Resolutions? Do you have any for this year? For life?