If you know me or if you have read some of my I Love Nice People social media or blog posts, you know I am a planner nerd. I remember purchasing my very first Lily Pulitzer planner before starting my freshman year of high school and feeling like I was finally a “big girl”. I had always seen my mom with an agenda and loved the idea of writing out my weeks and months. At the time it was me wanting to be more like my beautiful mom, now it is what I must do to stay sane.
Does anyone else feel like they have an especially hard time jumping into the new year? At the end of each year, I actively try to put myself in a positive headspace for January and every year I seem to fail.
I know, “New Year New Me” is a phrase you hear way too much around the first of the year. I love the idea of using the New Year as a benchmark to make changes in your life that you may have put off. I envy those that can make resolutions, implement them, and stick to them. However, I am not one of those individuals.
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