Listening to : “Make the Most” by Lonr. + H.E.R.
Happy Tuesday, friend! Finally, I’m getting back to my original groove when it comes to organization and controlling my businesses. In total, I am running one business (the investment firm) and will be introducing another one by the end of February… eeeh! I’m so very excited about this new business venture because it coordinates with my daily routine. I’m literally creating as I work… and to be honest, I’m not even sure it’s called work. Here’s a very small hint: it has to do with organization and art.
On another note. Being that we are currently in the month of February, I felt that it was officially time to do a clean sweep of old documents, online and off. While I was doing so, I came across an old thank you note I wrote to myself in 2019. In the note, I spoke about embracing change because it leads to new opportunities, which then leads to healthy generational wealth (which is my life’s goal). This is a practice I do at the beginning and end of each year. At the beginning of the year, I take the time to write out everything that I’m grateful for, and it gives me an all-around perspective about all the things I should be thankful for and what I should be reaching for in the new year. After writing down my intentions, I seal it up and won’t open it until the new year, when I am ready to write new intentions.
Writing thank you notes to yourself is very rewarding. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to be honest with yourself, about what you expect from yourself in the new year. It’s never too late to start if this is something you’d like to do. I purchased these cards at my local Hallmark store years ago, so I’m not sure if they’ll have any ones that look like these ones. Honestly, you can create your own cards. If you have craft paper and envelopes, you’re all set. While going through more documents, I came across a few photos and cards I was going to use for my vision board party I held back in Nov. ’19. For visual effects, I chose two images and threw them in the envelope also, which represented the lifestyle or mood I wanted to adopt. Tell me these images aren’t pretty, lol. You can add extras like confetti, trinkets, small items that spark up a memory. At the end of the day, it’s all about feeling good about something you’ve written… that’s it. It’s also something you can do for yourself, as apart of your self-care regimen.
If you give it a try, upload it on instagram, with the hashtag #sheheartsthat