Happy New Year Y’all!
Can you believe it, 2013, here already. This year has definitely crept up on me. I feel like the older I get the quicker time passes by. I guess it has something to do with being a lot busier.
I don’t know if it’s the same for you but everyone I’ve spoken to has been saying pretty much the same things about 2013. And that is that, it’s going to be a great year. Everyone is hopeful and confident that 2013 is going to be the best one yet. I think so too. I think there are many good things to come.
For me it’s the beginning of a new course. I finally got accepted into a fashion design course. ( I’ve been trying for the last two years, since I realised I wanted to pursue a career in fashion.) So I’m pretty excited about that. So I have a feeling it’s going to be a pretty full on year but it’s ok because I’m ready. I’m going to try and make my blog more fashion focussed and try and share everything I learn about fashion / fashion design with you all here. I’m also
scared to put this in writing incase I fail at it going to aim to blog daily this year. I hope I can do this, it will definitely be a mission but I’ll try my best.
I haven’t really made any more definite resolutions than the ones I listed in my previous post but I think I might sit down later today and make a list of my goals. Heres an excerpt from the book I was talking about also in my previous post; “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari”. I think it will be helpful to you if you’re not quite sure where to start with your goal making.
“Go out and buy a journal – a cheap coil notepad will do. Call this your Dream Book and fill it with all your desires, objectives and dreams. Get to know yourself and what you’re all about.”
“Divide your Dream Book into separate sections for goals relating to the different areas of your life. For example you might have sections for your physical fitness goals, your financial goals, your personal empowerment goals, your relationship and social goals and, perhaps more importantly, your spiritual goals.”
“Another particularly effective technique I learned is fill your Dream Book with pictures of the things you desire and images of people who have cultivated the abilities, talents and qualities that you hope to emulate.”
Hopefully that gives you a little help and makes it easier to set your goals!
My lovely sister bought me a Vogue subscription for this year. I’m so lucky! Such a great idea and it will really come in handy for me this year while i study fashion and try to have more fashion/fashion inspiration in my life.