October Intentions

October Intentions

Somehow it’s already October, which means another month to set intentions or in my case, try harder to work on last month’s intentions (hey, no one’s perfect). It also means it’s the season of watching Hocus Pocus and Halloween Town. In all seriousness, I believe that a new month symbolizes new beginnings and a fresh start.

Here’s what I’m focusing on this month:

  • Recite affirmations to myself daily in the mirror (don’t knock it until you’ve tried it)
  • Avoid spending money when I’m bored or upset (an intention I set for September and am still working on)
  • Cook more and try new recipes
  • Disconnect and unplug more to enjoy quality time with loved ones
  • Unfollow accounts that are no longer bringing me joy (Marie Kondo your social media)

Set your own October Intentions! If you need some a little inspiration or guidance in setting your own intentions, I’ve put together a worksheet to help you. If you want to share your intentions, comment below or tag me on Instagram @geenicolette.

Outfit details: Sweater: Hazyl Boutique, Bralette: Enzee Boutique, Jeans: Athleta, Bag: 2 Sisters Boutique, Necklace: Francesca’s

XOXO,

Gee Nicolette

October Intentions

October Intentions

Somehow it’s already October, which means another month to set intentions or in my case, try harder to work on last month’s intentions (hey, no one’s perfect). It also means it’s the season of watching Hocus Pocus and Halloween Town. In all seriousness, I believe that a new month symbolizes new beginnings and a fresh start.

Here’s what I’m focusing on this month:

  • Recite affirmations to myself daily in the mirror (don’t knock it until you’ve tried it)
  • Avoid spending money when I’m bored or upset (an intention I set for September and am still working on)
  • Cook more and try new recipes
  • Disconnect and unplug more to enjoy quality time with loved ones
  • Unfollow accounts that are no longer bringing me joy (Marie Kondo your social media)

Set your own October Intentions! If you need some a little inspiration or guidance in setting your own intentions, I’ve put together a worksheet to help you. If you want to share your intentions, comment below or tag me on Instagram @geenicolette.

Outfit details: Sweater: Hazyl Boutique, Bralette: Enzee Boutique, Jeans: Athleta, Bag: 2 Sisters Boutique, Necklace: Francesca’s

XOXO,

Gee Nicolette

September Intentions

September Intentions

If you’ve been keeping up with my blog then you know I love setting intentions each month. These are things that I’m striving to work on. I always encourage you guys to do the same but I know it can be tricky to come up with on your own! To help you set your own intentions for September, I’ve put together a worksheet.

Keep reading to find out what intentions I am setting this month.

My September intentions:

  • Spend more time outside and exploring nearby places
  • Enjoy time with loved ones
  • Pause throughout the day and take 3 long rounds of breath
  • Avoid spending money when I’m bored or am in a bad mood (yes, if you know me then you know retail therapy is my jam)
  • Practice 1 form of self-care every day

Top: Own Your Stigma, Leggings: Joriki

XOXO,

Gee Nicolette

July Intentions

July Intentions

The other year I started setting intentions rather than New Year resolutions as a way to evaluate things I wanted to work on and change in my life. A few months ago while scrolling through Instagram, I saw someone post their intentions for the month. I loved this idea because our personal goals, mantras or things we are working on change month to month (sometimes even day to day). This is something I’m starting to incorporate into my life and invite you to do the same!

I’m sharing a few of my intentions for July:

  • Get my body moving everyday (morning and nighttime stretching)
  • Clean and get rid of things I no longer need
  • Read a book I’ve been wanting to read
  • Try new recipes
  • Show gratitude for loved ones and kindness to strangers
  • Be more present in the moment
  • Take more time to listen

What intentions are you setting this month?

Wearing Joriki Tibetan Prayer Flag Cropped Legging and Black Slash Band Top. Get 15% off all Joriki orders with code GINA15

Happy July!

XOXO,

Gee Nicolette

Things to Leave Behind in 2018

Things to Leave Behind in 2018

There are many things that can occur in one year’s time. Those things teach us lessons and help us grow. While mental health awareness increases (which thank goodness for this), more people are ditching New Year resolutions and are starting to cultivate intentions. Intentions can be things that you want to leave behind from the previous year, things you want to continue doing/bring into the new year, setting boundaries for yourself/relationships, or maybe it’s coming up with a mantra that will help you focus on your goals and being happier. 
I’ve come up with a list of things I want to leave behind in 2018 as well as positive things that I want to continue to work on and bring into the new year. I encourage you all to spend some time meditating and doing the same! 
Things to Leave Behind:
-Always saying yes to stuff I hate 
-SO many memberships that I have and barely use (this is because I’m a “yes” person. I’m kind of like Ross and Chandler trying to quit the gym). 
-Unrealistic expectations 
-Comparing myself to others 
-Gender norms 
-Control and the need for perfection
-Mental health stigmas 
-Overthinking
-Toxic people 
-Overscheduling
Things to Bring into 2019:
-Yoga (obvi)
-More charity work and giving back
-Good belly laughs
-Quality time with loved ones
-Tea drinking habits 
-Wine 
-Meditating 
-Celebrating all things both big and small
-Continued learning  
-Supporting small businesses
-Getting rid of things I don’t need (one step at a time with this, especially the shoes and purses)
-LOVE
If you are interested in learning more about intention setting and journaling, come to my yoga and intention setting workshop with Joriki Clothing. A portion of ticket sales will benefit mental health and awareness organization, NOSTIGMAS. Purchase tickets here.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
XOXO,
Gee Nicolette