What Are Your New Year’s Resolutions?

What Are Your New Year’s Resolutions?

by Jennifer Silverwood, January 17, 2019

As our team looks ahead to what’s in store for 2019, we wanted to share our resolutions. What is the point of New Year’s Resolutions? Some people may joke that we make resolutions only to break them. But our team share big beliefs in setting goals. We also love lists, as you can see below. 😉 Many people use the new year to make a fresh start, and for us, it’s no different. We love the idea of bringing new services and products to life, and of all the challenges we’ll meet ahead. We’re excited to take this journey with you all.


Najla’s Resolutions

  1. To do more outside of the romance genre. I seem to be good at the speculative fiction covers and I didn’t even know it. Haha!

  2. To try my hand at illustration animation and pattern design.

  3. To release one new service this year. Don’t know what it is, but hopefully, it’ll be something!

Nada’s Resolutions

  1. Get back into writing blog posts.

  2. Maybe, just maybe start writing a book, maybe a short story.

  3. Make at least 3 printable planners for everyone to enjoy.

Shabana’s Resolutions

  1. To remove the energy block in the financial area of my life, and move from a thinking that stems from lack to a thinking of abundance.

  2. To relax and let go of more negativity and stress, and not overwhelm myself with my own thoughts.

  3. To complain less this year. I just want to complain less about EVERYTHING until I reach a point where I don’t complain at all. I think that’ll help to manifest everything good that the universe wants to offer me. Also, it’ll just help me relax more. 🙂

  4. The rest is always the same: laugh more, spend time with friends more. I have those every year. 🙂


Jenn’s Resolution

My resolution for this year is to keep my priorities straight. A little backstory. In 2018, I bit off more than I could chew. Besides all my projects with QD&M, I attempted to publish three novels, read 100 books and blog regularly on four different platforms; not to mention all my family’s real-life struggles. As the winter holidays loomed closer, I de-stressed by only reading 80 books, pushing my third book’s release date back, and taking a break from all blogging except for QD&M. It’s amazing how less stressed I became, and how much better I could suddenly function with work and in life. Turning 30 this year also helped me to put everything in perspective. Giving myself room to reflect and enjoy those little moments, like painting and playing with my kid, made me realize how much happier I could be. Stress and anxiety are totally a mindset we can easily fall into, so I hope you take time for yourself and your pursuit of happiness as well this year. I promise you won’t regret it.

Happy New Year from us to you!

We’d love to hear your New Year’s Resolutions in the comments below. Maybe by sharing we can all help keep each other accountable as we move deeper into 2019. 🙂 Thanks for reading!

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