New years resolutions and lessons learned from an introvert…

New years resolutions and lessons learned from an introvert…


This year a tried a lot of new things like Ariel silks, rock climbing, airBnb-ing, salsa dancing, created a 21 day photo challenge that had attendees from all corners of the world and djing.  I’ve been thinking about what I loved and didn’t love, what worked and didn’t work, and of course what is it I actually want to invest my time into…





Photo challenge



One thing I realize is that it’s been fun trying all these new things, but what I really would like to do is narrow down my focus.  I’ve been thinking a lot about how painting, drawing, singing and crafting makes me very happy.  So I’m challenging myself to be as creative as I can through out my week.

I identify with being an introvert.  This doesn’t mean I’m shy, it means  to me that I need to be alone to restore my energy.  When I’m with people all the time I get tired.  Last year I did a lot of new things and was very very busy meeting new people in lots of group activities.  I realized that this wasn’t sustainable for myself because I need to be alone and be creative alone.

So when reflecting on your new year. Here are some questions to ask yourself:

What was awesome?

What didn’t go so well?

What do I want to improve upon?

What environments and situations brought out the best in me this past year?

Can I put myself in more of those situations?

Can I have one focus for the year instead of 3-5?

Good luck with your resolutions, let me know how it goes.


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