2019 Promises

In the words of Michael Bublé

‘It’s a new dawn,
It’s a new day,
It’s a new life,
For me,
And I’m feeling good.’

It’s the beginning of 2019. A new year and normally the time when everyone tells you of their resolutions for the next few weeks year.

I gave up a long time ago on resolutions. Why build yourself up for failure to start with? Especially when you don’t know what the future holds.

Having spent the majority of my life feeling like a constant failure to myself and my family, it’s just not something I am willing to do.

This year, however, I do want things to change.

I am working on myself and my mindset. I know that I am capable of anything I put my mind to, so this year I am going to make myself promises.

I promise …..

I promise to listen more to what my heart tells me rather than my head. My head likes to tell me that I can’t do things – although I know that it’s not really me telling myself that, more of the voice or people in the past telling me I’d never be good enough or was too fat/ugly etc to be of any importance.

I promise to take care of myself – mentally and physically. We all know that you cannot pour from an empty cup, and I am no use to anyone if I am dry and lifeless. I want to meditate and practise gratitude more and just be a positive energy around my husband and my children.

I promise to do more of what feels good and get outside. Whether that be in the UK or abroad – I want to see more of what the world has to offer.

I promise to hustle more. I want to expand my businesses. I want to be able to work on the go and travel as much as possible with the family.

I promise to be there. For those who need me, when they need me. My door is always open and I will be there for you.


The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams


– Eleanor Roosevelt.

Whether you believe in resolutions or promises. I want you to know that whatever you decide to do and wherever you plan to go in 2019 …..

MAKE IT AMAZING!

We get one shot in this lifetime. Let’s not waste it on those who are not worthy of what we have to give.