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The new year has come upon us once again. It’s a time where resolutions are made with fervour and hope, and months later left to rot in the dusty grave of resolutions past.
With all the pressure of a new year to make changes the hype seems to go to our heads and when the glamour of the resolutions fade, it too just fades away. For that reason I’ve been very off new years resolutions, mostly because I know myself and fear that I will quit for fear of losing…Therefore losing but at my own hand and nobody else’s. A little stupid don’t you think?
Well this year I’ve declined a lot in my personal growth, I’ve reverted back into old habits of negativity. I’ve become stuck in a lot of ways because of certain life situations that are out of my control and I’ve let them get to me, and hurt me instead of using them to make me stronger.
So, since I’ve noticed it has made a difference just in the past month, I’ve decided to continue with positivity.
Affirmations of hope, happiness, worth and encouragement to push me forward have really improved the way I think and I want to make this a daily act to reinforce this positivity.
This new blog “Katie Scarlett’s Letters" is a place where I will be writing letters daily, weekly, sporadically from my soul to yours- hopefully it will spur on some positivity in yourself and you’ll be able to move forward with happiness.
Move on. Take what you’ve learnt, stick it in your pocket, and keep on walking. Use this moment, it will soon be the past. Make the most of every second. Make memories, smile, live. This is the youngest you will ever be again.
Remember the past, sure. It holds key information for how to act, think, and be in the future. But let it be. It is gone. It is no more.
Live for the now, live for the soon to be. Forget, forgive and live.