New Year’s Resolutions – 2013

While 2012 was a year of discovery, travel and making new bonds… I’m going into 2013 with a more career-focused mind. I’ve tried to set goals that aren’t out of reach, and will hopefully put me on the road to career development over the next few years.   1. Write more. 2. Find a fulfilling job that might help set my career goals on the right path. 3. Learn to bake. 4. Learn to decorate the pretty things I will learn to bake. 5. Read 10 classic novels. 6. Travel. 7. Practise yoga and pilates on a more regular basis. 8. Eat more vegetables and get out of my high protein rut. 9. Work towards getting representation. 10. Found my dance charity.

New Year’s Resolutions – 2012 – a year later

Every year, I make ten resolutions to work on in the new year. I like to stay faithful to my goals… and I always enjoy looking back a year later. Here’s an update on my 2012 goals, with annotations in italics. Here are my resolutions for 2012.  In less than three weeks, I’m off on a big adventure across the pond, and I’m excited to see what 2012 has in store.  All of these resolutions were made so that I could be a better person, grow and help others… while still wearing a pair of 4 inch stilettos.  I hope that in the coming year, this blog will continue to grow and I can’t wait to share everything [stylish] happening in my life with you. 1. Visit five new countries Not only did I visit five new countries… I visited nine. Trekking around Europe from living in the Netherlands, visiting Belgium, France, Germany,… View Full Post

New Year’s Resolutions for 2011 – A Year Later

A year ago, when I was still blogging on Tumblr, I posted a list of ten resolutions for 2011. New Year’s {Style} Resolutions – with annotations completed on December 29, 2011. (The numbers correspond to the photo collage above from left to right). 1. Do Ballet as often as I possibly can. I’m beyond happy to say that I accomplished this to the best I could. I performed again in my ballet school’s show, just like the good old days. This fall, I stepped up my game and started going every week and working on flexibility. 2. Wear less Black. I embraced this resolution whole-heartedly. Colour-blocking was one of my favourite trends of the year, and I don’t think I own a black pair of pants anymore.  Nearly every bag I bought was in an eye-popping colour, and I own blazers in pink, red, orange, yellow and green.  Perfect for my future… View Full Post