Hey There - Happy Friday!
The office is closed today, so I'm using this as a catch-up day for NyShell Imari. I decided that in addition to blogging about my business, I want to share some bits and pieces from my personal life as well. My header says: Wife. Mom. Author. Creative. Poet. - I do much more than sit at a computer and it might be nice for you to get a glimpse of life behind the brand. So, here on the blog, you can expect to see more lifestyle posts.
Speaking of lifestyle - January is always a busy month for our house. In addition to all the regular new year new me/resolution activities we have:
- Annual Fast + Shut-In
- Joelle's 8th Birthday
- Mariyah Leigh's Birthday
- My Birthday
Never mind any business deadlines or special projects. I can pretty much guarantee every weekend is going to be hopping - so, I'm being careful to use my time wisely.
I'm not one for resolutions, I pretty much believe that if you want to make a change you should do it -- regardless of the time of year. But now that we're into 2015, I'm planning to be more intentional about reading. I love to read but really don't devote enough time to it. I can't recall 1 book I that read completely in 2014, that's got to change. I also want to get organized -- I am excellent at organizing other people's stuff. But truth be told, when it comes to my stuff, I'm a little all over the place. I told my husband that I want 'everything to have a place' by the time I'm 30 - but I'm really interested in starting this process yesterday! I see a lot of purging in my future. And, I want to focus more on wellness - physical, mental, emotional + spiritual. I've wanted to become a pescetarian for quite some time now, this might be the year. Now that I've typed that out, we can easily see that the theme is focusing a little bit more on me in 2015.
My husband + I have committed to going 'all in' this year. Family, ministry, entrepreneurship, etc. Doesn't matter if that means long days + sleepless nights --We have some pretty big dreams and we're willing to do whatever it takes to see them come to pass.
How about you? Any big plans for January?