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- 1 5 Single Girl goals to bring to life this fall
- 1.0.1 GOAL: Be Grateful.
- 1.0.2 GOAL: Work on my flexibility (or lack thereof).
- 1.0.3 GOAL: Hide away from the world for a bit.
- 1.0.4 GOAL: Train your mind to see the good in everything.
- 1.0.5 GOAL: Wear hats.
- 1.0.6 GOAL: Ride more with my family. Embrace heritage and legacy.
- 1.0.7 GOAL: Make 2014 Awesome.
5 Single Girl goals to bring to life this fall
It’s hard to believe that another month is coming to an end. Halloween is tomorrow, which means the holiday season is looming, which means we will soon cross the 2014 finish line. You may not want to hear that, but I believe that acknowledging the inevitable is the first step in making the last months count. We put a lot of emphasis on setting goals this year, so today’s post is your reminder to review your year thus far, revisit your vision board, and make sure you leave your mark on 2014. Already accomplished everything on your list? Over your goals and need some new ones? Read on for fall goal inspiration from your 2014 boards.
GOAL: Be Grateful.
With the holiday dedicated to being thankful around the corner, now is the time to start breathing in your blessings. Having a particularly uninspired day? Take 5 minutes to free write everything good in your life. Then keep it around for the next bad day.
GOAL: Work on my flexibility (or lack thereof).
We can wear more clothing and hide the extra layer with layers, but aim to feel your best always. Making fitness part of your routine keeps your body young and limber, and proper stretching will increase flexibility. And remember that your summer body starts in the fall. Remember, flexibility can also mean your willingness to change or compromise. Now that mercury is out of retrograde, feel free to let go and flow.
GOAL: Hide away from the world for a bit.
The end of the year tends to get busy; holiday shopping, holiday parties, events events events… Make sure to take time for yourself amidst the chaos to relax and refresh. You’ll be a better version of you with enough purposeful rest.
GOAL: Train your mind to see the good in everything.
It may take a lot of practice and self-control, but this holiday season remember to use deep breaths to help you get through it all. When it seems impossible to be positive, breathing will free up some mental room to choose the good thought.
GOAL: Wear hats.
Sure, hats are becoming more and more associated with music festivals, but there’s no better time to bring hats to your street style than crisp autumn. Goorin Brothers is a San Francisco staple, so if you’re looking for classic shapes built to last start there.
GOAL: Ride more with my family. Embrace heritage and legacy.
It’s a little colder outside, and the holidays always bring family (blood or bond) together. Keep this goal at the forefront of your fall season. Instead of dreading obligatory family gatherings, use it as an opportunity to finally ask your grandparents for the stories you were once too young to hear.
GOAL: Make 2014 Awesome.
It’s still not too late! Make November and December the best months of 2014.
What do you want to accomplish before the end of the year?