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A New Year, A New Start

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I really can’t believe that in just over a week’s time, it will be a new year. This year came and went so fast.

I’m never one to make new years resolutions, but I do like to look back on the previous year and reflect a little.

2017 was a big year of change for me. I had left a full time role working with a company, and decided to start my own business. I didn’t realize just how much work and effort it takes to grow a business, let alone grow myself.

With the help of my family, some mentors, and some courses, I am on my way…there is still a LONG way to go, but I keep telling myself that no matter how hard it gets, to keep trying.

So of course with that, comes thoughts of what I want for myself for 2018.

Plan! I want to be able to make the most out of my days and weeks and ensure I am getting the work I need done, done.

Fitness! I want to stick to my fitness routine working out 4 days a week at a minimum.

Home life! I want to keep things on track in the home; the kids, the schedules, the meals, the everything!

Diet! I want to keep up my flexible dieting lifestyle and keep up with the rewards I had in 2017.

Finally, I just want to keep my sh*t together! As a work at home mom of two young boys, life is constantly on the go. Keeping up with everything can be hard.

So there you have it. A small list, but a list of things that are so important to me.

Thanks to our friends at Amazon.ca, they have a wide selection products to help me keep up with everything I need to make my 2018 successful.

Here are my top 5 choices to start the New Year:

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Planner

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If I write it down, I will do it. Every day I will make a to do list and plan my week. Now lets just hope I can follow it!

Amazon Echo

new yearHow great would it be if I could just ask Alexa for help? Alexa can make calls, set alarms and timers, ask questions, check your calendar, manage to-do and shopping lists, control smart home devices, and more—instantly…this could be a huge help!!

Fitbit

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I try to get to the fitness studio at least 4 times a week. But on days that I don’t, a Fitbit would be great so I can still stay on track of my daily fitness goals!

Digital Kitchen Scalenew yearOne of the things that are a must to balance a flexible dieting lifestyle is a kitchen scale. Not only do you have to plan your meals, but you need to weigh/measure everything to stick to your daily macros. My current one is on its last leg, so a new one it is!

Get Your Sh*t Together

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Anyone that knows me will tell you that I am a big worrier and an over thinker. As a result, I think of the “what-if’s” when really I should just be focusing on the now. A book like this to help me finish what I need to do and start doing what I want to do without worrying about what I should be doing, should definitely help me get my sh*t together!!

These are just a few of the many things I think I might benefit from in the new year. So for now, I’ll stick with these goals and see what happens!

Do you set resolutions or goals for yourself with the coming of a New Year? Share in the comments what your plan is!

xo

D

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For the last 7+ years I have immersed myself in the "mom life". My blog, appropriately named Me, Myself and Kids is my life; the challenges, the laughter, and the tears. But I also offer my own version of motherly advice. In doing so, I’ve designating myself as an MD or “Mom Doc”. Not because I know it all. Don’t get me wrong. It’s an open perspective; my learnings shared so you can take the good, bad and ugly and adapt it to your own family life. So please join me as I share all of the crazy and overwhelming thoughts and experiences of the mom life with Me, Myself and Kids.

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