Join our Hello, New Year Challenge throughout January and you’ll be conquering the new year like a beast!
Hey! Kimberly here. I am in charge of week 1 for our hello, New Year Challenge! Join our Facebook group for lots of extra tips, reminders, and support throughout all of January. Week 1 of our hello, New Year Challenge is going to be all about YOU! Get ready to make some lists and check them twice!!
A lot of us have taken the time to make our New Year resolutions and that is so great, but we decided that if we take the time to break down the things in our lives that are important we might be able to make them stick! Here are the 10-minute challenges for this week to help you be more organized and have a fresh start for the new year!
Challenge One: Pick a hashtag that will define your year! 🎉
I was watching the Today Show this morning and there was a family that chooses a word to define their family each year. They had chosen #lovemore for 2018. It’s amazing how one simple phrase can make such a difference in each of our lives. Take a few minutes and decide what your own personal # will be for this year.
Challenge Two: Do something you love each day! As women, every person in our lives needs come before our own. By the time the end of the day rolls around, there are times that we don’t even know if we have brushed our own teeth!😂
The 10-minute challenge for today is making a list of things that you love!❤️❤️
It can be as simple as painting your toenails, going to Sodailious for a Diet Coke or watching something other than Cars 3! 🚗🚗
Challenge Three: Grateful Journal!
You can purchase one from the Dollar store or you can just grab paper around the house.Just take 10 minutes a day to write down what you are thankful for. Nothing negative is allowed! I know that some days this is so hard to find the good but trust me it will change your whole year! 🎉🎉
Challenge Four: Get Out of Your Comfort Zone!
January is a hard month for me because it doesn’t feel like there is anything to look forward to, so this is perfect for me! Think of something that you have always wanted to learn to do. Take 10 minutes or more to do the research to find out how you can make it happen! Make a vision board so you can see it. Every time you accomplish something new put the picture into your success folder.
What is it? Piano, dancing, painting, run a marathon, fix the car?
Challenge Five: YOU day! When was the last time you had your hair done or you have gotten a pedicure? The holidays were hard work and now you need a little “me” time. If you don’t have the time or the money for this, take a long hot bubble bath or read your favorite book and relax!
Challenge Six: Spiritual! If you attend church regularly or if it’s your own personal thing, take 10 minutes a day to grow spiritually. Set up a daily scripture study, meditation or take 10 minutes to reflect on the things that are important to you.