Make Goals, Kill Goals, Repeat.

Habits, we all have them right? Some bad and some good. Truthfully speaking, I am sure I have more bad habits than not, but your girl has been trying to get a handle on those habits that are not beneficial for her, especially before she hits the next decade in her life!

Now don't get me wrong, I embrace getting older (#morelife on every instagram birthday post.) However, I am coming to the realization that as I get older, there are certain habits that I need to develop and others that I need to change in my life, especially if I want to see growth in different  areas that have been the most challenging for me thus far.

To put things into perspective, and to gain a better understanding of the habits that need to go and the ones I need to make progress, I've been asking myself lately, "If you were meeting yourself for the first time and had the chance to have an in depth conversation about your life and growth, would you be excited?" and to keep it 100%, the answer to myself is no at this time. That is not to knock myself but to be real, and with that no I decided to do something about it.

I'v been making a list of short term goals and long term goals to achieve to change that no into a yes! I started this journey in 2017 by deciding to take myself a little more seriously and give more of an effort to Black Manhattan. Starting Black Manhattan was a short term goal, my long term goal is consistency and I am ready to give another run at making this work. In fact it seems like all of my short term goals are easily attainable with a little elbow grease, my long term goals seem to be more of the attributes I need to push my short term goals to the next level. 

I gave myself at minimum 30 goals to bang out and I am 6 goals in the with 24 to kill. It's of course my intent to reach all of them but truthfully any growth I consider a success. Shoot for the moon you'll land amongst the stars right?

What are some of the things you do to get rid of bad habits and create better ones?



Conscious, Culture, Art Always.

Black Manhattan