Day One – Resolve

My life is faced with many issues, as is yours. Deciding how to make a change can be challenging but not as challenging as making the first step. Many choices we’ve made, and failed to follow through with, can leave you unsatisfied with where you are today. My resolution is to change; to make the step; to move forward. Join me on this journey.

Goal One – Resolve money issues.

Photography and videography can be a very lucrative business but it comes at a cost of financial struggle and I know many of you feel that same struggle. Supplementing income while nurturing creativity is key. I don’t believe in taking another job to numb the mind and stress the body. find a hobby, learn a skill and turn a small profit. I shall feed my creativity with custom pyrography for home and office. Hand made crafts promote mindfulness, relaxation and creativity. Getting good? Sell your crafts locally or online!

In addition to creating income, saving can be a struggle for many. To make an impact without breaking the bank, enter the penny challenge (day#=$$, example: Day 245 add $2.45 to jar).  Personally I have altered this challenge to $0.05 because, here in Canada,we don’t have pennies anymore.

Goal Two – Declutter

Less stuff, less stress, more money. If you’ve never heard this concept read up on minimalism. While it can be an extreme lifestyle, you can alter the concept to meet your own needs. Does organizing your home stress you out? Do you feel crowded? Decluttering is the solution and it doesn’t have to be stressful. Enter the 30 day decluttering challenge. Breaking up the task of organization makes the difference. Follow my blog “What I got rid of today” to find inspiration of where to start.

Goal Three – Inspire creativity

It is known that endless choices can leave you stuck. Ever found yourself in the condiment isle trying to figure out which ketchup to buy? Me neither, but there has been many times I have found too many options for something I wanted and couldn’t choose. Creativity works this way as well. Art students have been known to come up with great inspiration while completing guided projects but once graduated found themselves stuck with no inspiration. This is why I love 365 day challenges. 365 daily inspirations. No greater way to find happiness, make steps to a better future, and feel daily satisfaction than by completing a 365 day challenge.

Welcome to day one of my 365 days of photos, 365 explanations why, and 356 goals achieved.


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