6 Ideas for Sticking to Your New Year’s Resolutions: Afternoon Live

Feb 07, 2018

February has begun and our first month of 2018 is in the history books. Many of us, including myself, set out to make improvements, big or small, but definitely significant and impactful on the overall quality of our life.

Last month, I sat down with Trá Renee Chambers on Afternoon Live to share the first six ideas for welcoming the quality into our lives, and yesterday I had the opportunity to discuss six more ideas as well as examine them further in our segment. While I have found all of these ideas to be beneficial as I edit and improve my life, the final point, is a powerful reminder to keep in mind when the going gets difficult and we question whether or not we want what we thought we originally deeply desired. Click on the image below to be redirected to KATU to view the entire segment.

MY LATEST VIDEOS

The entire twelve month list of ideas to welcome the quality into your life is detailed here, and the six that were discussed in the segment are discussed in great detail in each of the following posts below:

July

~Curtailing the negative commentary (internal and external)

August

~How to approach staying informed but not overwhelmed by the news of the world

September

~Designated no work zones

October

~Smart shopping for clothing

November

~Recognizing, understanding and eradicating self-imposed limitations

December

~13 Life Truths to Remember About Making Progress

Have a look at past segments below:

~AM Northwest: How to Find Your Signature Style

~Afternoon Live: One Resolution at a Time: Building a Life of Quality

~AM Northwest: Signs You’re Moving in the Right Direction

~AM Northwest: My Fall Capsule Wardrobe and How to Create Your Own

~Afternoon Live: How to Welcome Simplicity Back Into Your Life

~Afternoon Live: Simplifying Weekly Routines

~Afternoon Live: Talking Wine, Cheese & Money

~Afternoon Live: 3 Ways to Make 2017 Your Year

~Afternoon Live: Talking Simply Luxurious Living



4 thoughts on “6 Ideas for Sticking to Your New Year’s Resolutions: Afternoon Live

    1. I think the less we have to focus on, the more successful we will be. And the beauty of this approach is that we can mix them up, spend 2 week’s establishing one that is easier and perhaps 6 week’s on another that is more challenging. Thanks for checking it out. 🙂

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