It's a new year and there's a new moon this week! Tonight at 9:17 PM EST, actually. So let's check in on those New Year's resolutions?!
Right around now, we're starting to lose steam on our resolutions. We go strong with the #NewYearVibes for the first couple weeks and then we start to miss chocolate, Netflix etc. Slowly slipping into our usual behaviors.
Let's let the new moon give us a quick boost as we check back in with ourselves! Remind yourself WHY you made that resolution in the first place.
Before the New moon goes direct, set aside some time for... you guessed it. Some time with your journal! Grab a cup of tea and work through these questions:
1. What is your current New Year's Resolution?
2. WHY do you want to commit to that?
3. How will you FEEL if you commit to that resolution?
4. What is not currently working in your favor to commit to that goal?
5. What can you change to commit to your goal?
At the end of this practice you'll have nailed down what obstacles are in your way.
Want to amp up your intentions with a little plant magic? Write down the obstacles you discovered on a bay leaf. Then in a safe place, burn that bay leaf. Bay leaves are a great cleansing agent; allowing you to make room for those new changes you are committing to.
Happy New Moon, my friends.
- Jenn Rose
(Photo by Giulia Bertelli on Unsplash)
I did this fun photo questionnaire at the end of 2016 and really enjoyed it. Here's to all the sass for 2018! <3
2017 SUMMARIZED IN ONE PICTURE…
What is your vision for 2018?
Looking to reconnect with yourself?
Want to dive deeper into knowing who you really are?
Join me on this adventure. Gift yourself a day.
"Wellness Within", is a mini retreat being held at the Zennergy Studios space on January 13th. There will be yoga, meditation, journaling, dancing and camaraderie. We'll eat too! ;)
Wellness Within. What does that mean?!
Hoping your Winter Solstice went well yesterday!
For our last "Gifting" post in the series, I wanted to step back a little. The 2017 holidays are here and as you may have noticed in my last post I'm feeling all the feels.
Gifting has gotten a little crazy. To the extent, that family members skip their Thanksgiving meals to go out shopping for "good deals" on material possessions. We always hear "It's the thought that counts"... Though, sometimes we get caught up in the hunt for the "perfect gift".