Hubris Never Hurt Anyone

HOW DOES IT FEEL?

To Be Free Of The Shackles Of Silly Resolutions For The Not-So-Newish Year …

And, Please Tell Me You’re Not Writing 2019 On Anything?  That’s So First Week Of January.

“Now, Can We All Go The Way Back To Being Our Adorable Selves, Again?”

… Not So Fast, My Darlings.

 

LET’S NOT FUSS ABOUT

All The Pretty Reasons Why Resolutions Don’t Rarely Ever Work … 

“Haven’t We All Proven – They Don’t – Every February?”

Or, Muse Sanctimonious-like Over The Importance Of Goal Setting, Which I’m A Healthy Advocate Of – And – Devoted, Insufferable Practitioner To The Methodology Of Doing Things For A Purpose With A Positive End Goal.  But, That’s Just Me Being Annoying.

… And, Also Yes, There’s More To Empowering / Achieving / Conquering Than Simply Scribbling A List Of I Am’s I Will’s … And, Slapping Down An End Date On A Paper Napkin:  Measurable.  Trackable.  Accountable.  Yadacetera.  Oprahable.

 

FUN FACT CONFESSION REALITY SNICKERDOO

February Is “The Achy Breaky, No More Fakey ’til You Makey Time” To Get Our Collective Asse(t)s In Motion …

Its The First Rinse Cycle On The Cleansing Path Of Eradicating Success Blockers And Accomplishing Whatever Goals, Targets, Objectives … We’ve Set For 2020 … Especially, If Those Goals Happen To Focus On Living Healthy: Fat Loss.

“Self Checkpoint – Ritualistic Mirror Love / Shame Voguing – Drops On February 14.”

… It’s A Sneak Peek At How We’ll Mosey Our Carcasses Through The Balance Of Winter And The Results We’ve Planned Dreamt About For The Spring.

 

HUBRISTIC NOT ALTRUISTIC

Self Confidence Is Good … It Does The Job That Vanity And Ego Are Ill-Prepared To Tackle.

“Investing In Self Love … How The Smart Folks Do it.”

Betting It All On Self.

… Letting It Ride.  Peloton, Much?

 

WHAT’S YOUR NUMBER?

Not Talking About Luck … 

Choose Your Weapon: Lipstick or Black Sharpie?

Splatter The Number … 

… On Your Mirror In The Bathroom.

 

HOW WE DO IT

A Love Bite Of A Timely Reminder … 

Take A Moment Of Reflection.

Recalibration.  Be Still.  Think.

Jump Back To Your True Self In The Driver’s Seat.

 

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