Ethical Resolutions for 2016
I’ve never been big on making resolutions for the new year, mostly because I’m terrible at keeping them. But I know how much they mean to many people, and I appreciate and admire that determination. Last year, I definitely suffered from blogger burnout and I lost my motivation to write. This year, I think I’ve found it again, and I’m hoping to keep up that momentum. I’ve dabbled in poetry a little and I’d love to return to writing more longform pieces, too.
I find a lot of inspiration and encouragement from my fellow members of the Ethical Writers Coalition, and many of them have recently posted about their goals for 2016. Their thoughts are insightful and inspiring, and I hope you’ll take a look.
EcoCult: “My Painfully Honest New Year’s Resolutions, 2016 Edition.”
StyleWise: “Year in Review + Ethical Resolutions.”
The Note Passer: “My One Big Resolution for 2016.” (A great one for all freelancers!)
Necessary Trouble: “2016 Resolutions.”
Sustaining Life: “Shedding Layers for a Mindful 2016.”
Sotela: “Why Making Unresolutions Are Better.”
Ecologique Fashion: “Goodbye 2015.”
Annie Zhu: “My 2016 Resolution: Buy Only Ethically Made Fashion.”
Kamea World: “4 New Years Resolutions You Need for a Meaningful 2016.”
Leotie Lovely: “#GoneGreen 2016: 365 Days of Simple Sustainable Suggestions.”
The Peahen: “A Year of Wardrobe Resolutions.”
Happy New Year!