Failed Resolutions and You?

And, it’s that time of the year, when we start making resolutions and give ourselves the hope to make the current year a better one. It’s just the most beautiful gift that you can give yourself. A hope to love yourself more, to make yourself a happier person and to fill your life with more positivity. 

I, hear and do see, a lot of negativity when some friend or a family member announces their resolutions or hopes for the year. 

The most heard statement is, ” Oh! You wanna do _____, this year? Isn’t it just the same thing you wanted last year, but failed miserably at? Don’t get your hopes high.. you’ll only break them” Along with hearing that, you also get to hear the snorts, snickers and guffaws of the evil one.

And that starts a vicious cycle of self-mistrust. Once the doubt steps in, you often start believing that, you really have set an outrageous and a steep goal. What happens is more often than not, you fail, not because you couldn’t do it, but because you couldn’t believe that you could do it! 

C’mon go ahead.. make those resolutions and goals. Don’t let the negativity set you back & certainly don’t let someone else decide what you are capable of, because even YOU don’t know what you are capable of, if you put your heart and soul to doing something. 

Believe in yourself, dream a little more and push your limits because dreams do come true and only you can make it happen! 

So, don’t doubt yourself, go jump right into making one or a hundred resolutions and take your time in fulfilling them. Give it your all and give yourself a pat on the back, every time you take one baby step closer to your resolution. 

Let’s make it all about loving yourself this year!! 

2017, we got you here❤️❤️

19 thoughts on “Failed Resolutions and You?

  1. Happy New year Dear 🙂 And well said we should keep challenging our self 🙂 with new things irrespective of what others think or say about it 🙂


  2. Happy New Year, Noorain! Important and powerful message! If we want to start or change something then we can start any day. If we don’t set ourselves a real date then it might not be meant seriously anyway … and then it won’t happen!


  3. It’s so true. Just because you failed once doesn’t mean you’ll continue failing. The fact that the WILL is there to retry it, that says a LOT. Here’s to overcoming the negativity (external or internal) and putting a stake in the ground to say YES, I’m going to try it AGAIN! Happy New Year to you!

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  4. Hey Happy New Year.Sometimes the negativity is just cause is not fair to always broke the promises of trying to change but of course we should not give up and make an effort of being a better versión of ourselves.

    I also had some conclusions and lessons that I talked about in my blog to make me walk a different path in this upcoming year

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  5. happy new year noorain…
    do we really need to wait for a new year to have resolutions..? may be it’s not working as it’s the end of prev. year.. so let us tr t have resolutions in the midway of a year 😉

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