2011 New Year Resolutions ~ How To Get Back On Track

by on July 11, 2011

It’s July 7th, 2011.
Half way (plus one week) into the year.
Remember how we felt those first few weeks of the brand new year?
Brim-full of optimism and enthusiasm and oodles of this-year-will-be-different-ism?

Remember those New Year Resolutions we made –
lose that 20lbs,
blog three times a week,
meditate daily?

Well, dahlings, we have six months left to make that happen!


It’s time – RIGHT NOW – to reclaim that luscious New Year dream-drive and
breathe life back into those visions.

After all, sweetheart, every day can be a new beginning, a new year.

Who says we have to model the rest of the planet and only have one New Year’s Day??

It’s your time to Be More and Do More.
And by Christmas, I bet you’ll be Having More Too!



the goddess known as Jacqui


PS If you’re horribly overwhelmed with all you think you should be doing, read this!

PPS I’m opening a new coaching program in August. Email me at jacquelinegates@hotmail.com to get on the waiting list.

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{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

Sherrie Koretke July 12, 2011 at 2:33 pm

I’m working on my goals now. Thanks for the reminder to keep focusing. Thanks, Jacqueline!


Ikenna Odinaka July 12, 2011 at 3:30 pm

Hi Jacqueline,
Thanks for the remind. Looking the past six months, things a lot different and I’m getting good results (not without loads of hiccups). And yes, any day can be a new year day, Just like today..


Ryan Biddulph July 13, 2011 at 5:21 am

Hi Jacqueline,

I dig the idea of a daily resolution.

I keep a general intent in mind but find setting goals for each day and cleaning the slate helps me stick to my short and long term goals. I don’t get too caught up in the future, or the past, sticking to this method, and focusing too much on either place is a chief cause of people bailing on their New Year’s Resolutions.

Make it your intent to stay on track each day, each hour. We can do it. We have a willpower, and can direct it….at will;) We choose our thoughts and feelings. If we are mentally lazy, it appears our thoughts and feeling choose us, but this is an impossibility.

Thanks for sharing your inspiration with us Jacqueline.



Kellie Hosaka@home business residual income July 20, 2011 at 12:38 am

Aloha Goddess,

What a great reminder for all of us! Time is speeding by and before you know it, this year will have gone by. And the question will be are we happy with 2011?

Thank you for this little nudge to remind all of us that half the year is gone and it’s time to manifest the rest of 2011!

Much aloha,
Kellie 🙂


Jacqueline Gates July 28, 2011 at 5:48 pm

Thank you for visiting again, Kellie.
Isn’t it amazing how fast the time’s gone by?
But we still have 6 months to get those dreams manifested, right?


Sire July 20, 2011 at 10:29 am

You go Jacqueline, you rev up those readers of yours. 😉

You are so right though, for those of you have made resolutions and plans for the year there is no better time than the halfway mark to review where you stand so that you can work out what needs to be done to meet your goals.


Jacqueline Gates July 28, 2011 at 5:50 pm

I always like to do a half-year revisit … don’t you?
I love to be able to check of the stuff I’ve done, ascertain my progress on the stuff I’m working on,
and move away from the ‘shiny things’ that have somehow distracted me from my path.

It’s a good way to make hindsight pay off, lol.


Nicole Rushin July 20, 2011 at 4:37 pm

I guess we are half way through the year. I did not think of that. The beginning of my year was so chaotic I am not sure if I even made any resolutions. Wow, so much has happened since. Staying focused. Staying focused even though there are days when I just want to dump it all. Then I think – what the freak else would I do? Hope you HSBN seminar is the bomb.


Jacqueline Gates July 28, 2011 at 5:55 pm

It was! But missed you oodles.

I understand those ‘dump it all’ days, honey.
Call me if you need to vent, ok?


Mark Testa@california mls listing January 5, 2012 at 8:38 am

Great advice, Jacqueline. Thanks.


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