“Have no limits today.”

“Have no limits today.”

Just think about that for a second. That simple phrase has so many connotations, doesn’t it?

For me – the second I opened that Dove chocolate earlier this week, I knew. This would be my mantra for 2012. My guiding light. My driving force.

2012 – the year of no limits.

Has a nice ring to it, right?

In looking forward to 2012, rather than listing out 3 or 4 resolutions or goals for 2012, I have made just one promise to myself.

To leap before looking.

Breaking free of any preconceived limitations or boundaries that maybe existed in my mind before.
26.2? Sure, let’s do it.
…a new job? Lemme at it (a post for another day, promise).
…seeing just how refined this body can become, barre n9ne-style — All.Over.It.
…harnessing my inner sponteneity, letting go of that pre-planned/go-go-go mentality…finding that Type B? I want it.

So this is me – staring down 2012 with a sparkle in my eye: I’m ready to leap without looking. I’m ready to have no limits today...everyday.

*clink*

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46 thoughts on ““Have no limits today.”

  1. I love this sis!! And I am totally adopting a similar mentality…still mulling over my ‘loose’ goal/focus for 2012, but surprise, surprise, it’s similar 😉 Cheers sis! 2012 is going to be epic.

    • Totally – I’m digging the loose, simple approach to “goals” or “resolutions” for 2012. I just want to continue living my best life right now, no limits, no boundaries, no bullsh*t! Cheers sis!!

  2. I love when meaningful little messages make their way into my life! This one is truly great, and one I want to remember each morning when I wake up. Thanks for sharing! xo

  3. Okay seriously, the “Most Badass Way of Looking At The New Year” award goes to you, my friend! “The Year of No Limits”…

    “To leap before looking.”

    I LOVE IT. I’m using it. Haha. Not in a stolen sort of way. As in, I’m linking your butt in my nest post. 😉 Seriously, I love it. It’s exactly how I want to approach the new year. As I told Jo, I can’t wait to ring in the New Year with you as a friend!

    • I freakin’ LOVE your blog comments – this one in particular cracked me up the second I saw it pop up in my email. You are a riot – most badass way of looking at the new year award – I like the sounds of that! I need a badge to put on my blog LOL

      LEAP girl, LEAP!! 2012 is all about YOU!! xoxo

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