Embracing the Winter Season with Intention

2019 is here and it is full of the possibility of what will be.

Have you taken a moment to slow down and connect with where you are and where you’d like to be? We invite you to do so and have gathered some inspiring New Year perspectives that will help you shake up the annual resolving.

 
Winter is for connecting in, reflecting, and laying the foundation for the year to come | Read more at Of Note Stationers
 

Sarah Gottesdiener of Visual Magic and Modern Women is removing the “finality and the punishing nature of the traditional New Year’s Resolution” by doing seasonal resolutions. Instead of starting on January 1st, she began her winter resolutions on the Solstice and will let them carry her through the end of February. “This different approach helps me to literally co-exist in and with the seasons.”

 
Write your seasonal intentions inside  this card  and use the blank space on the front to summarize, e.g. “Winter is for slowing down.”

Write your seasonal intentions inside this card and use the blank space on the front to summarize, e.g. “Winter is for slowing down.”

 

Tara Foley and the team at Follain decided to skip the “I’m not good enough” January resolutions and opt for Revelations — “little moments of self-discovery,” which will lead their personal growth.

 
Once you’ve  uncovered your revelation , be sure to write down some small steps you can take to effect positive change in your life.

Once you’ve uncovered your revelation, be sure to write down some small steps you can take to effect positive change in your life.

 

Megan Gilger of Fresh Exchange sat down with her husband and together they decided no resolutions. Instead they asked themselves, “where do we want to be a year from now? How do we want to have changed?"

 
Preserve your hopes in this  note  and schedule time to look back at them. Check in and asses: Do these hopes still resonate? How will you continue working towards them.

Preserve your hopes in this note and schedule time to look back at them. Check in and asses: Do these hopes still resonate? How will you continue working towards them.

 

However these mindset shifts resonate with you, we hope you will see the invitation winter brings to slow down, reflect on where you are, and lay the foundation for where you’d like to be.

Feeling inspired, but need a little more help? We love this Connecting with and Acting on your Intentions ritual that Janine Meaghan Stafford of Spring Tide shared.


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