Ringing in the new year causes most of us to consider our resolutions for the incoming year. When making resolutions, it is better to have specific goals that can be monitored over the year rather than vague abstractions. For instance, instead of saying “I want to be happier” set your sights on a goal like “I want to dedicate myself to my favorite hobby for at least two hours a week.” By being specific, you can easily note if you are straying from your New Year goals.
Realistically speaking, more resolutions focus upon hitting the gym and losing weight. Because of this, here is our resolution to you:
- We will support and insight on what it really means to be happy with yourself and your body.
- We resolve to provide the tools to nourish your mind, body, and soul.
- We will promote the counting of gifts and blessing, not calories.
- We work towards accepting any “imperfections” and find beauty in them.
- We will advocate for eating disorder awareness, and strive to make these disorders socially unacceptable.
- We will be a reminder that you are enough, you are deserving of happiness, and that weight does not determine your worth.
We hope you join us on this journey of inner discovery.