New Years Resolutions
As we welcome in twenty-eighteen, the In Clover team would like to thank you for your support and patience over the last year. While we had a few hiccups along the way, Volume 4 is out on shelves and we can honestly say that we couldn’t be prouder of this issue. In the fourth edition of In Clover we take our readers to candlelit dinners under the arches of London railroads, to the bustling markets of India with Kamalan and the restless shores of the Faroe Islands. It’s simply gorgeous and we hope you enjoy it as much as we do. We also welcomed the lovely and talented designer Emily to our team at the end of last year. You’ll see the effects of her handy work in the coming months from a new website design, to posts on our journal.
It’s inevitable that around this time you will be asked about your New Year’s resolutions. In the past I always used to cringe when asked this question, the word resolution had always filled me with such anxiety. It’s when I started looking at resolutions as goals, that I had a change of heart. Goal setting has always been something that I’ve been very passionate about, it was then that I began to look forward to setting goals and creating a plan of action, that I changed my tune. One recommended piece of advice that I see over and over again is the importance of writing your goals down. Because of this, I’ve created a handy PDF for you to help kick start your year in the right direction. Not only will you be able to write down your goals, but there are also some great prompts and tips to help you stay on track and stick to your resolutions. My suggestion would be to find a cozy spot to write with a cup of tea in hand and get started!
Download the In Clover Resolution Journal here.
We’d love to hear from you! What are some of your methods to keeping resolutions, achieving goals and staying motivated? You can share your goals and resolutions with us via Instagram by using the #incloverjournal hashtag or commenting below.