It is hard to believe we only have two more days left in 2017. We spent this entire year soaking up all of Juliette’s baby goodness. She grew from a squishy cuddly two month old to a silly and fun toddler right before our eyes.
When it comes to getting organized my brain works best with a physical planner where I can write anything and everything down. I am going on year five with my Erin Condren Vertical Life Planner. I don’t think I can ever use another planner! You can follow this link to get $10 off your first Erin Condren order if you’re interested in a new planner. Trust me, it’s amazing! My 2018 planner is ready to go and I thought I’d share a few of my resolutions. It will only keep me more accountable if I put them out there, right? 😉
+ Get back in my health and fitness routine I had so many goals and intentions for my postpartum journey and I feel guilty that I fell flat. I had a very active pregnancy and I had hoped I would continue that when I had the green light to resume workouts after delivering Juliette. I lost all of my pregnancy weight (and more) with breastfeeding alone. Although I am happy with my body I miss feeling strong and healthy. Fitness and nutrition was a big part of my life for many years and I am ready to get back to it! I will be using my Erin Condren to plan my workouts along with the FitBit and Lose It apps to track workouts, water intake, and calories/macros. I used to drink at least 100oz of water per day and I need to get back in the habit. I really need to cut back on my sugar intake…wish me luck with that one!
+ Be more consistent with Social Media I absolutely love blogging, YouTube and social media in general. It is a hobby that I can’t see myself without. This year we started repping with several brands and small shops. It has been so much fun and we plan to do more in the new year. I hope to grow my following and with that I hope we have more fun opportunities ahead of us. In the end, social media is my outlet and a way for me to document our days and connect with other Moms that I may not have the chance to meet otherwise.
+ Be more present and intentional with my time Anyone else out there start a show on Netflix and before you know it you’re three (or more!) episodes deep and you have no idea where time has gone? I am so guilty of this. I have a long to do list for the naptime hustle but I often curl up in bed with “just one” show and before I know it Juliette is jabbering away on the baby monitor. I am really good at writing down my plans and to dos but I really need to work on my time management.