This is the time of year many use as a jumping off point for resolutions, and though I’m not a huge fan of New Year’s resolutions, it is a time many of us hit the re-set button on various areas of our lives.
In my experience, New Years Resolutions are not only nearly always broken which then makes the failed resolver feel guilty, but they are usually guilt-inspired, too. Guilt is not a good educator. Guilt does not inspire. Resolutions usually fail. If you’re the one person reading this who says “My resolutions don’t fail” then I applaud you! Go for it! But you are one of not-so-many.
A wise client said to me last week that they believe in “intentions” and I liked it! From both a Pilates and Yoga perspective, setting intentions for your practise weekly or longer-term can be inspiring.
So on this “intentions” idea, I say forget the resolutions. Together we…Read More »