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Thursday, January 1, 2015

2015: Just Do It!


Happy New Year!

I am SO excited about what 2015 holds for me and my amazing hubby!  2014 was the toughest year of my life.  If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you already know that my mom passed away in September.  She was an AMAZING mom.  I mean flat out amazing.  She called every single day just to say "I love you."  She was SO intentional about showing me and my sister how much she loved us.  I can hear her telling me "keep going," "you can do anything your mind can conceive," and "never give up, keep pushing, you got this."  My mom celebrated ALL of our victories and she picked us up from every defeat.

With my mom as my inspiration, I am moving into 2015 more focused than ever.  My motto for 2015 is "Just Do It."  I refuse to let naysayers, fears, past hurts and disappointments, or anything else, hinder me.  I've always been a no excuses kind of person.  My mom always described me as a "go getter."  So, this year, I am going to get all of the things that I have let elude me the past few years.  I am going to "Just Do It" in 2015, and I encourage you to do the same.  



Reaching my goals starts with positive thoughts.  I will speak life every single day.  I am using chalkboard images in this post because I am a visual learner/person.  I will also write my dreams/goals down daily so that I can see them.



Finally, I will NEVER give up, no matter what!


I wish you a prosperous and magnificent 2015.  I genuinely appreciate every person who takes the time to read my blog.  Thank you SO much for sharing this space with me.

Keep moving forward, my friends.

Thanks for stopping by!

17 comments:

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    1. Kate: Thank you SO much!

      Wishing you a fabulous New Year!

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  2. I wish you the same Rynetta and thank you for the inspiration!

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    1. Ina: Thank you SO much! I really appreciate the well wishes!

      Have a great week!

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  3. My sincere condolences on your Mom's passing, Rynetta. I lost my mother in March, and feel it every single day.
    You are inspiring to me with your positive attitude, and I am making a similar promise to myself this year, to keep going with positive intention. The glass is half full, not half empty.
    All the best to you in 2015,
    Diane in Canada

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    1. dianespainting: I am definitely praying for you. It is SO hard. There are days when I struggle to get out of bed, or when I cry my way out of the bed. I continue to tell myself that my mom would want me to press forward. That's what keeps me going. I am sending you hugs, hugs, and more hugs.

      All the best to you in 2015, too.

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  4. Big hugs to you, Rynetta. My father died in August and I miss him terribly, but like you I am trying to be as positive as possible!
    Much love and success to you in 2015

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    1. ruth: Thank you SO much. I am praying for you. It is really hard. Like you, I think being positive is the key.

      Much love and success to you in 2015, too.

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  5. So beautiful Rynetta. May she rest in peace and I know that you will conquer whatever your heart is set on.

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    1. A: thanks SO much. I really appreciate it!

      Thanks for visiting!

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  6. Your mom sounds like she was an exceptional person. Thanks for sharing her inspiration with us. I'd love to see more posts updating us on your progress/thoughts. It helps motivate me, too.

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    1. maryeb: You're super sweet. Yes, my mom was really exceptional. I was super blessed to have such loving parents. And, I will definitely post updates.

      Thanks SO much for being here, I really appreciate it!

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  7. Have a great 2015! So sorry to hear about your mom's passing. I need to do more positive thinking too - what a great resolution. I over-analyze way too much!

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    1. Heather: I'm wishing you a great 2015, too! And, thank you SO much. I am guilty of over thinking things too, so I totally understand!

      Have a great week!

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  8. Rynetta, I am so sorry to hear of your dear mother's passing. (I am not on IG/intermittent on FB, and I didn't know previously.) Unfortunately, I can relate to your struggles in this particular area; the scripture "His grace is sufficient" comes to mind.

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    1. joyandsunshine: You are the best, thank you SO much! I am praying for you too. That scripture keeps me going, sister.

      Have a great year!!!!

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  9. My thoughts go out to you, Rynetta. How very fortunate to have someone like your mom in your life. I hope time eases your pain and may you find new strength in your resolutions for the new year. I appreciate your reviews and wish you a happy and healthy new year.

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