First and foremost , Happy NEW Year !
For weeks , I've seen backlash from people who are "anti-resolution". Reading the tweets , memes , and Instagram captions , I've concluded that there is a strong sense of complacency within our groups. I asked myself , "Why would someone ever be so hateful towards change?" . The only answer that I came up with was that the individual is one-hundred percent happy with who they are , what they are doing in life , and the choices that they've made in the past year.
I am a strong believer that if you have never made a mistake or if there is lack of space for improvement :You Are Not Living
In fact, someone dear to me says , " When a person has no more to learn ...they know it all..they are dead"
Now , I am no life coach .
But, I will only speak on what I know. . .
"Theevolutionofher" began when I reached what I would call a pivotal moment in my life.
I realized that my mindset about things that I was so previously passionate about , changed in a major way. Some of the people I hung out with were no longer beneficial to my spiritual or mental health , and my plans for life after college transformed.
In the beginning , things were a bit scary , I wondered if this meant that I would lose some relationships and if i'd look like a hypocrite for going against some of the morals and values i'd previously upheld.
To some, this may be no big deal , but for me it caused friction between myself and others I loved dearly.
Theevolutionofher and the phrase " Never Stop Evolving" became a lifestyle when I took a leap of faith.Afterwards, I looked back at all that I was and seen all that i'd become. It was the best feeling in the world to know that I was taking the necessary steps toward self improvement.
The Moral of the story :Change is a wonderful thing and if using the New Year as a starting point for goal setting , I admonish you to remain steadfast and be true to the one person that you are accountable for and that is yourself.