Prevention & Awareness

Things to Remember in 2018

This morning a lot of people around the world woke up with one or two or maybe a handful of New Years resolutions on their mind. If you’re one of those people, go you! I believe in resolutions and the importance of goal setting and the power of a new year, but I didn’t set any resolutions for myself. Instead, I decided to reflect on the highs and lows I experienced in 2017 and, in the process, came up with a list of things that are easy to forget, but so important to remember, in the coming year and beyond.

Maybe you’ll find them helpful, too. Feel free to print out your favorite reminder and tack it to your inspiration board. Or if you’re like me, tape it to your mirror so you see it every time you brush your teeth. 🙂

My final New Years reminder? Keep going. We#NeedYouHere.

If the start of a new year is difficult for you, you’re not alone. There are people ready to listen at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800- 273-8255.