Monday, January 4, 2010

BWC # 1 Remember Your Passion

First, I would like to give credit to Michelle for her response to the previous BWC. Her page is titled Something Fishy.

Now for the challenge:

Wow, Christmas is over and the New Year celebrations have come and gone. So now what? Well, when the holidays are over and the new year is upon us, I believe we all take a closer look at re-balancing our own lives. Hence, New Year's Resolutions. For me, I focus on making/taking the time to discover my own passions again. Whether that is reading, scrapbooking, climbing, etc. - these things are all important to me and make up who I am as an individual. I am a better person because of my passions and am ultimately happier when I focus on them. As the year goes on I lose track of "me" and wind up helping others more than I help myself. This week, I would like to challenge you to create a page which will include one or many things you are passionate about. Feel free to add pictures or to simply make a journal page of your thoughts. Good luck and I look forward to seeing what you can come up with.

Sunday, January 3, 2010

2Q10 #1: New Year, New Decade, New Mindset

Being the first quezztion of the decade, it's only appropriate that it comes to you from our very own HBIC (Head Blushpea In Charge). Betta recognize! (On that note, credit for the post heading goes to my high school senior cousin's Facebook status update.)

I know that it's a bit predictable to ask about New Year's resolutions, but it can be cool and helpful for people to actually write them out, like a personal mission statement for the year. Inspired by Tay's recent mention of goals, what are your resolutions for 2010, if any?

If your resolutions are similar to goals you've had in the past, what have you learned about them and are you changing anything about how you approach them?

What about scrap-related resolutions/goals?

If you do not set resolutions/goals for the New Year, discuss why that is and explain when you DO set goals for yourself.