Episode Description

In this week’s episode, I talk about setting intentions and resolutions for the new year that you can keep. It’s okay to be excited about the New Year. All the festivities are over, and it’s time to take on the year with new vigor. But, as we feel inspired to take on new opportunities and challenges, we know that life does not always go our way, and we should be flexible, even in the so-called non-pandemic years.
Luckily, there is a way to be more mindful with setting intentions and resolutions for the new year to help you achieve everything you set your mind to. In this episode, I share my steps to set intentions and resolutions that you can keep.Happy 2023, may it be a fantastic year filled with new opportunities, happiness, goals, achievements, and many new inspirations in your life. I wish you a year fully loaded with joy. I hope that this new year will be the best year of your life. May all your hopes be fulfilled and all your dreams come true.
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About The Host

Marlene McConnell

Marlene McConnell is an author, podcast host, self-love teacher and trauma survivor. She believes that trauma recovery is accessible to everyone, and that it starts with the acknowledgement that something has happened to you combined with a willingness to heal. McConnell’s book and podcast was inspired by the realization that she touched many lives by sharing her story at a support group. Her message of hope not only resonated with the survivors, but also with the family members and friends who supported them at the group sessions. Marlene is also an attorney who holds B.Proc, LLB and LLM law degrees. She loves travel, Pilates, nature, learning new languages, and good food.