25 Pictures to Capture My 2015 Year in Review.
I am grateful for all of the family and friends that shared 2015 with me. My theme for 2015 was to do what keeps my heart beating and my soul singing. In 2014, my theme was wellness – taking care of my mind, body, and spirit. In 2014, I was mindful of both my physical and mental wellbeing. In 2015, I expanded on this to also ask, what feeds my soul? My 2015 was spent on time with family and friends, hiking, exploring the pacific northwest, taking the next step in my career, getting more involved in my professional organizations, live music, dancing, runs and races, trips, staycations, vacations, dates, and domestic travel – a lot of domestic travel.
As I look forward to and think about my 2016 intentions, I’ve chosen the following mantras to guide me.
6 Mantras for 2016
I choose to welcome abundance in my life.
I am stronger than I was yesterday.
to hate / is an easy, lazy thing / but to love / takes strength / everyone has / but not all are / willing to practice – rupi kaur
People are doing the best they can from their own level of consciousness. – Deepak Chopra
Loving myself is a revolutionary act.
The dream is free, the hustle is sold separately. Stay humble. Hustle hard.
In my next post, I’ll share what my 2016 theme is and how it relates to some of my intentions and resolutions for the new year. Share with me your highlights from 2015 and what you are looking forward to in 2016 at @jessikachi!