May Your Best of Last Year Be Your Worst of This Year

May Your Best of Last Year Be Your Worst of This Year

Screen Shot 2016-02-08 at 11.58.41 AMA month-long hiatus but I am back! Happy new year and thank you for sticking around. I don’t know about you, but I’m super excited for making 2016 my best year yet. Today, I present five questions that will help you create an amazing year for yourself. The new year is probably one of my favorite times of the year because there is so much energy, hope, and drive to live our fullest. I hope this post helps you plan your year. Good luck!

1. What were the highlights of 2015?

  • Write down the most important and biggest moments you had last year. I usually write down each month’s highlights and at the end of the year I pick the ones that stand the most.
  • List at least 10 things.

This gives you a sense of what you’ve accomplished this year. Its important to remember your best moment as you want to cherish them forever. We remember the things we capture or write down, so this is how you will remember your 2015 memories a few years down the line.

2. What did you learn in 2015?

  • List your biggest lessons learned this year and include any experience(s) tied to them.
  • Capture this wisdom to carry with you forever.

Taking note of what you learned in the past year will help you avoid making the same mistakes twice. It will help you to be more mindful of the lessons you’ve learned and become a better person.

3. How did you/ your life evolve in 2015?

  • How are you different today from who you were in January 2015?
  • How is your life different today from how it was last year?

Make sure you’re growing and constantly evolving. If you or your life haven’t changed much, maybe you should try to take more risks or learn something in 2016. Don’t stay stagnant and don’t get too comfortable. You want to be continuously leveling up!

4. What do you want to invite into your life in 2016?

  • What do you want to experience? What do you want to feel?
  • Write anything you desire: list any habits you want to create, what you want to improve, what you want to learn, where you want to travel, etc.
  • You can set goals, but make sure you don’t set too many or else they may become those infamous “New Years Resolutions” that never become realized.
  • Focus & commit to a small number of important goals that you believe are possible to achieve
  • Constantly review your goals and intentions as often as you can. Put the law of attraction to work!

Be honest with yourself, and dare to dream big. Your answers here should make you so excited you could fly off the roof!

5. What is your theme for 2016?

  • Pick one word or a phrase, to be your focus and guide for 2016.

Your theme is your guiding light: it helps you prioritize if you ever face a dilemma/decision or if you ever fall off the path. My theme for 2016 is Minimalism. (I will elaborate on a future post).

Once you’ve answered the above questions, create a vision board

  • Find images that inspire you and images that depict what you want to invite into your life. Similar to question 4 but in a visual format.
  • Arrange on a digital or analog canvas or board.
  • Set your vision board in a place where you will see it very often.

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