Welcome to the fourth and final post for Always Eat After 7PM. Here I will share my final thoughts about following this plan for the last three weeks.Continue reading “Final Thoughts on Always Eat After 7PM”
Week Three : Goal Setting + Update
This week I have updates on my progress with the Always Eat After 7PM diet and I am goal setting to achieve my goal weight.Continue reading “Goal Setting and Update on Always Eat After 7PM”
What is a Vision Board?
Your vision board should focus on how you want to feel, not just things you want. When it comes to making a vision board, the first rule is that THERE ARE NO RULES! Vision boards help to apply the LAW OF ATTRACTION which simply says that you attract into your life whatever you think about and focus on. A vision board should have images and words that inspire you to take action and you may reflect on your goals when it comes to your:
- RELATIONSHIPS / FRIENDSHIPS
- FITNESS / HEALTH
- LEARNING / GROWING
- HOBBIES / PASSIONS
Here’s how my vision board reflects my goals for 2019:
Vision Board Theme: “2019 the year of me: stronger, braver, kinder, and unstoppable“
“Celebrate life” / “Treat yo’ self”
Live life to the fullest and celebrate even the small victories and milestones and don’t deprive yourself of happiness. It’s okay to indulge sometimes without feeling guilty about it.
“Your vibe attracts your tribe”
Surround yourself with people who give you energy and positive vibes only! Be the sort of person that makes people happy and who people want to be around and don’t let toxic people pull you into their dramas or problems.
“Less bitter, more glitter” / “Never let anyone dull your sparkle”
Be unapologetically you. Shine like glitter and be bubbly like champagne if that’s who you are. Never compare yourself or your journey with someone else or take others’ opinions personally and just be your happy, sparkly self.
“Start each day with a grateful heart”
The more you appreciate what you have the more happy you will be! Don’t take anything, anyone, or any day for granted!
“beYOUtiful” / “Wake up and makeup”
Remember you are beautiful in your own skin: makeup or no makeup! This year I’m going to share more unique looks because I am passionate about expressing my creativity with makeup.
“Believe in the power of your dreams” / “Dream without fear and love without limits”
I’m a firm believer that if your dreams don’t scare or intimidate you then you aren’t dreaming big enough!
Being kind is my biggest goal, making a positive difference to people is what drives me to work hard so I can give back more. One of my kindness goals is to hit the maximum number of platelet donations this year, that’s 25!
Kickboxing at least 4 classes a week and counting my calories will get me to my fitness goal of 120lbs by May of this year! I’m tracking my progress via apps, fitness trackers, and journals. My virtual race goal is to complete at least 10 virtual races this year (matching 2018).
I would love to save enough for a tropical getaway so I need to work on a side hustle and to be thrifty so I can lay on a beach with a pineapple/coconut drink in my hand
“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take”
Take risks because fortune favors the bold! Be brave and just go for it because you never know until you try.
“Your smile is your LOGO your PERSONALITY is your BUSINESS CARD, and how you leave people feeling after an experience with you becomes your TRADEMARK”
I attached my social media business card and am currently working on building my “@HONEYBUNNYTWEE” brand! My numerical goals are 10,000 Instagram followers (currently over 7,000), 1,500 Twitter followers (currently over 1,000), and 700 likes on my Facebook page (currently over 400)! How I’m going to achieve this is by consistently creating my own creative content and by reading and interacting with other bloggers and social media accounts I admire!
So what if you don’t have the materials or time to make a vision board? My suggestion is to create a Pinterest board (like this one) and save pins and ideas for later!
Did you make a vision board or do you plan on making one? If you have one I’d love to see it just use #hbtblog, this year I want to work with and connect with other goal-getters / bloggers / creatives / small businesses / brands! Email me: email@example.com and maybe we can collaborate on a project or on reaching our goals together 🙂 <3
During orientation week while I was studying in Australia, my uni threw a ‘When I Grow Up’ party. I had only been on campus for about a week and didn’t have any costume so I dressed as the next best thing… a zebra. Yes, and you thought your dreams were hard; try becoming an entirely different species.
Luckily, one of the other girls I came with dressed as a safari explorer (completely by coincidence) so it almost seemed like it was planned.
When I Grow Up
I was able to borrow our friend, Mumma Bri’s taxi that she made so then I upgraded to a taxi driving zebra… dream big. I lost the taxi on the the dance floor (oops). The next day, we found one of the wheels near the engineering building with the smashed taxi nearby (double oops). As it turns out: zebras can’t drive (who knew?). Thankfully, Mumma Bri was a good sport about it and wasn’t even mad (best house mother ever).
After returning to America, I became more confident and sure about my career goals. In other words, I’m happy to announce that being a zebra (taxi driver) is no longer part of the plan.
Have you ever had to improvise a costume?
What would you wear to a When I Grow Up Party? Email me your costume ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org.