I can’t put my finger on it, but I am beyond excited for 2020. Such a fresh start with a new decade, and I appreciate getting older as I feel more confident, a better communicator, more grounded and more (although I know there is much growth to come).
On the birth of the new year, I want to continue, start and stop the below. Above all, I am grateful and so blessed for what 2019 gave me.
I encourage you to use these 4 words and doodle some thoughts for yourself on what you want out of the decade ahead.
- Being generous. Generosity was your best lesson in 2019. You donated your time, money and talents more than ever before and it was beyond rewarding.
- Continue taking care of my gut, following my latest MRT results and following my LEAP protocol.
- Reaching out to those who need you most.
- Being graceful with myself and my diabetes. High and low blood sugars can rob me from the moment, but as I continue to be mindful of the journey (which has taken me most of my 28 years having type 1 diabetes), I can take the right actions to calibrate.
- Writing to your viewers weekly in your Sunday with Kelly newsletter. You love to write, educate, and inspire.
- Offering a quarterly blood sugar reset (first one starts January 6th). Sometimes it’s new news for individuals with blood sugar challenges to know their liver needs a lot of love.
- Mapping out your morning yoga and weight lifting classes. Again, in 2019 this new habit was a ripple effect for a lot of positives in your day.
- Growing my faith. I did 4 Alpha sessions with my church, and each experience opened a new door of deeper faith in different ways. This year, I intend to explore my faith even more and intend to involve my family and kids more often.
- Being savvy with your time, energy, commitments, space and work. Create space in your day and life by making the right decisions for your goals and desires.
- Being less accessible so you can focus on where you need to be more successful. As an extrovert, you want to fill your days and weekends, but as you focus on being Savvy (my 2020 word), you need to say no, to everything that’s not a, “hell yes.”
- To outsource the needs that are not your gifts. Do it, Kelly.
- Dream, dream, and dream some more.
- Yoga sculpt teaching. Get your certification done and get out there and inspire.
- “Say no to,” so you can “Say yes to Kelly”:
- more things on the weekends so you can start fresher each week. Or be more mindful of how much rest you allow for on the weekends.
- alcohol. While you don’t abuse it, it does take away from your sleep and energy. Set new limits on how much you want to enjoy each month.
- …this one will be an ongoing conversation throughout the year.
- Doubting yourself. You grow the most when you fail. Learn to fail really well this year.
- Being frustrated when your blood sugars go high/low. Kelly, just like yoga, managing type 1 diabetes is a practice.
- Looking at your phone too long into the evening.
- Pushing too hard. We all need our rest.
- Comparing yourself. Yes, everyone does it, but it’s not serving you.
- Cleaning so much. Dirt don’t hurt. Outsource house cleaning every once in a while (Amazon Prime has cleaners FYI!!).
- Grateful (for):
- Your family and that we are not bound by illness. You are never guaranteed tomorrow and loving what you are given today.
- Your neighbors and friends. They are a gift.
- Your career. You are well aware of the challenges of type 1 diabetes, but this disease has lit a fire within you.
- On that note, you are so grateful for type 1 diabetes. It’s your passion, purpose and your strength.
- Your business coach. Chere Bork is like your live guardian angel where she has come in and out of your life at the perfect times.
- Yoga. A new love of yours and a place that helps you be your best person every day.
- Your family getaway. It’s your motivator.
- Your Dexcom. Of all of your diabetes tools, your Dex is the best.
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