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Changing Design with the Season

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One tradition I learned from Japanese culture is a custom to change elements of a house with the changing of the seasons. The change of decor would also represent the time of the year accordingly. I was told it was a way to refresh and stimulate mind as well as reflect upon and appreciate the world around you. In the industry of design and advertising, this basic concept can also benefit your brand and stimulate potential customers from brand name boredom. This is often done in conjunction with holidays, and can give little boost thought the year by changing things up.


However, like most things, don’t go overboard. In many cases a little can be all you need. Too much can become “tacky” or worse. Here are a few things to watch for or consider with seasonal brand design changes:


What is the purpose for your change? General awareness? New product? Special sale event? Why are you are changing your colors or promotion? This very simple guideline can lead you in making appropriate decisions, and coming up with the most impactful ideas for


Don’t be afraid to change something. A different color to match the time of year or holiday? With summer coming up one suggestion might be to use brighter colors like yellow, blue and greens. Can your imagery be swapped out for a time to create a new “blip” on your publics radar? Changes can be scary. The unknown is not always the place we naturally want to head towards. Remember however, change is how trends are made and all the new stuff you are astounded by was a direct result of someone intentionally making a change.


Stay true to your brand. It can be easy to go overboard sometimes and make some intense changes. Remember who you are and what your brad stands for. You want your brand to stay on message no matter what the occasion.


Emotional connection. Can what you do create that feeling or engage an emotion in someone to connect with your message. A beautiful photo of a mountain landscape invokes memories of camping in the summer? Perfect! If the product has to do with summer and you can incorporate the essence of a heatwave trough the typography and colors chosen? Gold star for you! Be creative in your choices, hooks to both past and present, imagery that takes you away to that favorite vacation can bring that powerful connection.


Take a note from the world around you. As the seasons change so can what you are designing. As this season changes try something you never considered. Don’t worry if it isn’t perfect, another season of metamorphosis is just around the corner.

What Font Are You?

What Font Are You?

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While a strange question to ask, it may reflect or reveal something about your personality. When viewing an interesting use of a font, I appreciate good choices of typography in the design or logo. I can’t claim to “geek out” as many designers I know. Time and again I usually find myself asking the same questions about what I recognize. If I don’t recognize the font, I wonder about the choices made and the ‘why’. In that situation, I daydream about switching one font for another. In a way, it is like thinking about choices on a menu and wondering what dish might be the best choice.

Let’s start with a little quick history of typography. Type (as we observe it in modern times) has one general purpose: a standardization of written words with uniformly recognized characters. A typeface is a unique design of the letters and symbols; a group of similar fonts. A font is a specific style and weight. Typefaces are the family and fonts are the individuals.  Typefaces over time were developed to aid the person reading any printed materials with words. This mechanical development came to print the written word. Have you heard of Johannes Gutenberg? He invented the modern printing press during the Renaissance period. It changed how and what could be printed in a much quicker way than carving a single woodblock limited to a single page (the Chinese had been printing using woodblock technology since the Tang Dynasty). The benefit to ‘movable type’ was that carved letters could be assembled to form any words needed–this and they could be used again and again. Type foundries were created to carve, manufacture, and sell the letters carved into tiny squares of metal or wood. Today, it is all done by keystroke and words form just as fast as you can type each letter!

If I were a font which one might I be? It is interesting to ask yourself and really think about it (and I have many times since taking my first typography class in college). I am a rather plain and practical font, not fancy or gaudy, more to the simple and reserved status, clean yet refined. While I might say that I am in a distinct trade, I can fill the hats of many different needs. While I can be analytical, there is an artistic flipside to that. Given all those factors, I would come up with a short list. I would pick Helvetica. While not my favorite typeface, it is a practical reserve to always fall back on. It’s not very exciting, but it can be used to pull off some amazing things. Many company logos and signs on the street are made with it. And Helvetica Neue added several new weights to the family including light, thin, and ultra-light which work in high-end design.

I have enjoyed many sans-serif fonts throughout my design career. While Helvetica is a great one, some of my favorites include: Optima, Futura, and Raleway. I have recently gotten more into using Oswald and Proxima Nova, using them in things I have designed. Just like food, the right font in the right place can make something amazing! A font thrown at a wall to see how it sticks is just like a plate of food slapped against the wall. It’s probably not particularly appetizing.

Don’t have any idea what font you are? Not a problem! Go online and take a “what font am I” quiz (there are several) if you want to see how you might rank in the typographical world. You could also research and draw your own conclusions of what your personality or traits would “spell out” in a font form.



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Find the Good

By | Blog, Food for thought, Happenings

We live in a world driven by technology. It’s a wonderful time to be alive with the advancements made every day and opportunities available within arm’s reach. There is a hefty price to pay for that level of tech. There is so much information out there that can be accessed within just a few clicks of a button. Every day it amazes me how far we’ve come.

What’s the price for all of this? The price is the level of negativity spread on the daily. I refuse to watch or read the news because it is filled with stories of fear and terrible acts of violence occurring much too often. It makes me sad to hear that the ratings climb and climb the more crime they report on. It is easy to get an emotional response from something negative. The driving force here being higher ratings. I dare you to disagree that rating spikes can come from acts of kindness.

I have always thought that you are what you eat. That’s cliché, however, it is so much more than the initial sentiment. You are what you look for, you are what you think,  you are what surrounds you, etc.

It’s commonplace now to share, like, tweet, and tag negativity. Terrible stories happening thousands of miles away become a topic of discussion. Why? We have an opportunity every day to contribute to this game of life. Is it more valuable to contribute any way other than positively? I can promise you, there is so much good in the world! At the very least, there is the same amount of good as there is bad. You can make a choice as easy as what you’ll have for breakfast. Look for something good because–I promise–it’s out there. Share the good because we all need it. I challenge you to spend a day looking for nothing but positivity and acts of kindness. The mental commitment will start you off right. You will be amazed at how many positive, good, and humbling stories are happening all around you.

Why have we become so numb to this? Why has social media created such a large platform for negativity? Why have the media outlets made such an effort to broadcast garbage a majority of the time?

Open your heart. Tune out the false influence that says this world is so bad. It is not as bad as they portray. Now that you’re here, make a choice. Do you choose to let it be? Do you continue contributing to the negativity? Do you want joy and happiness? Do you want to be the difference? Set the standard and choose to seek good!

The follow through, on really making a dent for the better in your personal life, is to DO GOOD. Always look for the good and when able, be the good and good will find you. I promise you, there will be amazing results that will manifest when living a lifestyle centered around the good in our life.

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Working with Creatives

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Are you starting your own company? Are you anticipating explosive growth right away? Do you need help attracting people to your products or services? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then have I got something for you. We are going to discuss how one important component can lead to the success of your business. When it comes to choosing and creating a brand, the first thing that you need to take into consideration is graphic design.


Graphic design covers typography, user experience, web design, and illustration (i.e visual communication). Simply put–it’s organizing information visually. Some experts claim that the history of graphic design can be traced back to the illuminated manuscripts in the Middle Ages. In the past, the government officials used a road banner to announce the name of the people who were in government positions for the cities or states. Because of these signs, the individuals were more informed about the political authorities governing the place.

Nowadays, graphic design is used by different businesses in many different ways. Almost all companies are now exploring the use of illustrations and other visuals for their branding. They are implementing the visuals across print and digital, from social media to marketing to advertising.

Importance of Graphic Design

Graphic design is literally everywhere. Without it, small and large companies alike would find it difficult to share their brand. Below are the top reasons why design is significant to all industries:

  1. It promotes a new business. If you are still new in the business world, then graphic design is something that you need to take seriously. Make an announcement to the public that your company has opened up, launch your product, or build a web presence. Utah is known for its support for entrepreneurship and small businesses, so you’re planting in fertile soil.
  2. It helps you advertise about the latest promos of the company.
  3. It allows customers to feel more connected to the business. The goal of every company is to connect to its target market easily. With graphic design, this can be easy to achieve. If you know whatyour demographic wants to see, we can show you howto present and implement it. When clients like what they see, they will patronize your products and services more.
  4. It enables you to present your company to everyone. This is probably the best advantage that you can get out of good design. It can be difficult for you to make your company stand out. One great way to do it is to create a logo that will really represent your business.

Things to Look For In Every Graphic Designer

Now that you have seen a few of the benefits of graphic design, the next thing to think about is the level of the professional who will handle your design needs. What are the characteristics that every agency or graphic designer must possess? These are some things we have learned over the years:

  • Communication. This is the first item on the list because failure in communication is the root of all evil (isn’t that how the phrase goes?). You need to find an agency who listens carefully to all your instructions. It is important that both parties maintain good communication with each other to avoid any issues that may come up. It’s always better to over-communicate than to under-communicate; don’t assume you’ve been clear.
  • Creativity. One of the most important skills of a designer is their creativity. They must be able to make designs come to life. They have to possess a skill in transforming the clients’ wants into communicable visuals.
  • Keen to Details. It can be frustrating to work with a agency and designer who does not listen to your requests. This can be rolled back into Communication.
  • Meets Deadlines. Another important qualification of every person is the ability to meet deadlines. In the marketing world, timelines are crucial for every business. Delays can lead to a loss in sales or lower profits. Because of this, it is necessary to see to it that deadlines are met ON BOTH SIDES.
  • Knowledge of Design Software. The graphic designer must not only have artistic skills or creativity. They should also be knowledgeable when it comes to creating designs by means of the industry standard programs–not for sake of posterity but for output’s sake. Building a catalog in Photoshop would be a nightmare compared to designing in InDesign. In this age of tech, almost everything is generated via computers.

Types of Graphic Design

Graphic design comes in many different forms. Below is just a handful of different types of design.

  1. Corporate Design
  2. Publishing
  3. Package Design
  4. Web Design
  5. Wayfinding/Signage/Environmental
  6. UX/UI/Product Design

Indeed, graphic design has become a necessity in almost all areas of business. As such, you have to make sure that your company is using it. Otherwise, your competitors will leave you in the dust. Employing an agency may be expensive for your firm but it will be worth it. It’s an investment and you can expect higher returns from it.

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Blending the Past into the Present

By | Blog, Design, Food for thought, Happenings, Instagram

From pushing paint around in the background of a masterpiece one color to another, a screened-image print of tiny dots to create the illusion of blended color, to the innovation of digital desktop publishing, gradients have been around for longer than you might think. However, it is a design trend that is making a strong comeback in 2018. Don’t mistake this for a new trend. In both digital and print, gradients have been around for some time. With the strong, flat color being a design mainstay for a while now, some designers are switching back to incorporating gradients in new and exciting ways.


Simple can make a big statement–using colors that compliment a brand or image, using a flat color can add a bold look, using two-tones is popular too. You can even set a mood with the colors you choose. This is great when overlaid on a photo (seen a lot these days), or used to fill typography to make it be noticed on a dark background. While I am a big proponent (and fan) of clean, open design, gradient color can take a design to the next level.

Gradient with Photo

Too much or just enough? Just like candy, gradients can be sweet. Too much and both your stomach and eyes are going to ache. Is one gradient not enough? Two can work together great! Three, four or more…be careful overdoing it. This color effect can work against itself when too many gradients are all used together.

Multiple Gradients

Look for designs around you that utilize gradients. It can be a really great effect, just look and you will find many examples on the internet–in apps and all over social media. Many icons are being gradated from their once flat color designs. Often times in several different color variations. Once you recognize it, you will see gradients used everywhere.

Logos Using Gradients

Take a risk and go bold! Sometimes you must throw the can of paint at the wall and watch it spatter all over. While it may be messy, the end result may be amazing. If you want a design to get noticed, imitating what you have seen will point you in a direction, however, until you pop out and break that boundary you will remain part of the crowd.

I have to admit that gradients are by no means my favorite. I have seen many examples where it was a poor choice. However, I don’t count it out in my design toolbox and have made some designs shine when I figure out just the right colors and how to disperse them with precision. Many amazing things can be achieved with color, so give gradients a go.

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Loving Your Path

By | Blog, Food for thought, Happenings

I remember being in high school hearing adults go on and on about living our dreams and that we can be anything we want to be. I always thought that was a strange thing to say. Especially coming from a Vice Principal. Is that what her dream was? Maybe. But let’s be honest though…that’s a lie. At times, I wanted to be taller and bigger, heck, I thought about being a bird so I could fly many times but it’s just not going to happen. What they should say is, “You can be anything you’re good at!”

School should be about exploring your interests and talents. Try everything once while you have the time. Life happens quick and many find themselves lost after high school. So what do you do? Follow what you’re told by the masses? Go to college and get a degree in something, anything. It doesn’t matter what degree because just having the paper is powerful. I disagree. Knowledge is power. Knowing yourself and enjoying what you do is powerful (it doesn’t hurt to know someone powerful too).

Honestly, I have tried so many different jobs and vocations. I started working at 15 for the city recreation. We would referee games, prepare fields, coach, set up tournaments and so on. I loved it. I learned the value of hard work in the 16 hour days I gave. Eventually, I didn’t love it so I moved on. I tried phone sales, laying tile, tossing pizzas, painting homes and offices, airless painting, steel manufacturing where I learned welding, plasma cutting, sheet metal work, and forklift driving. I’ve done car sales, luxury auto detailing, created a business idea and let it go only to watch it grow. I’ve worked at repair shops where I learned how to do repairs on cars, I went to cosmetology school and became a Master Barber. There were so many experiences that my parents or grandparents never got to do.

Some may think this was a waste of time. To them I say, read on. Are you happy in your chosen career? Do you love it? Most people cannot answer this with a simple, honest yes. What I learned by trying so many paths was what I enjoyed and what I didn’t enjoy. This allowed me to seek out careers that fell in line with what made me happy. I found that I need three things in a job to be happy–I need minimal repetition (an ever-changing environment), I need human interaction (not the same people but different people as often as possible), and lastly, I need to use my hands to make something creatively. How many of you can provide a short list of needs that make you happy? Even better, how many of you have that in your current career?

Loving what I do goes beyond the ability to say it proudly. It gives me a sense of purpose. It keeps me happy so that when I’m home, I am present. Not stressed or concerned about all the issues I have with my job. I can be a dad and give my little one the love and attention she deserves. I can be a husband who is available and committed to the needs of my wife. I get to enjoy every day because I have found what I love. Not what is needed to make it in life.

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Aspire to Inspire

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Do you ever wonder what drives people to aim to become the greatest at something? Do you ever wonder how or why they found a passion so deep that they are willing to grind day-in and day-out to be the VERY best at that particular thing? It could be a sport, a job, being a student, an artistic hobby, and so many others. Where do people find this willpower?

I think it’s fair to say that many people stroll through life living in a meritocracy, myself included! Waking up and repeating the same routine day in and day out, without a single thought. Now I’m not saying it’s a bad thing, in fact, I find it quite nice living a comfortable life. I feel secure and at ease, because generally speaking, I know what to expect each day. But lately, the thought of greatness and the uncertainty that comes along with it has been weighing heavy on my mind.

I recently booked a trip to Aspen, Colorado to watch my friend compete in the X-Games. A few days before the trip, he found out he made the 2018 Olympic Free-Style Ski team. Making the Olympic team has been a dream of his since he was just a youngster and his dream had finally come true. Making it this far has not been an easy feat–he has been grinding his entire life and he is so very deserving of this opportunity. I was pumped to travel to Aspen to watch his last competition before he headed off to the big stage.

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Photo Credit: Brett Wilhelm/ESPN


Unfortunately, he got injured in practice run and opted out of the X-Games competition in order to be healed in time for the Olympics. It was bummer not to watch him compete, but between his physical therapy, fancy press conference, and Olympic photoshoots, we got to have a drink with him. When I saw him walking towards us, I felt completely overwhelmed with emotion. The waterworks immediately turned on and I had gator tears rolling off my cheeks. The entire time we sat at the table with him, I was just in awe. I couldn’t figure out where the emotions were coming from. A lot of it was just pure happiness for him but I’m now realizing there was something inside of me aching to be great.

He doesn’t know it, but he inspired me that day. I’ve been mediocre in just about every aspect of my life lately. Seeing him and his sheer happiness knowing that he finally made it among the best skiers on earth lit a fire under my butt to really go out into the world and try to find my passion and purpose in life. I’m nowhere near having the answers to how I’m going to change my mediocre life into an extraordinary life, but I know we are all capable of greatness and I’m going to try like hell to find my niche.

I’m not saying we all need to throw ourselves off of thirty-foot kickers (while doing 8 rotations) before we land just in time to hit the next one. But, I do believe deep down every human has a desire to be the very best at something. It’s just finding out how to dig deep enough into ourselves to bring that aspiration to light that’s the hard part.

To be continued…

Super Bowl LII

Super Bowl Sunday, A National Holiday

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This year, millions will be watching the Super Bowl, just like many years past, although, this year, it’s not a battle of the titans, and we aren’t talking about the Tennessee Titans either, the Patriots made sure of that. This year is a battle of one titan and a true Cinderella story, the Philadelphia Eagles. Suffering a major loss right before the playoffs losing their star quarterback, Carson Wentz, the Eagles dream season of being a number one seed team going into the playoffs and eventually into the Super Bowl was looking bleak. Nick Foles, who had been traded by the Eagles after an amazing season back in 2015, was then reacquired this year in 2017 as a backup to Wentz and had something to prove.

The Eagles shocked the world in their first playoff game with a stunning win against a veteran and experienced Atlanta Falcons. This was shocking, considering they had been shut out by the Cowboys on the last game of the season. Many people believed that Nick Foles wouldn’t be able to get the job done. This game was written off by the world as a fluke and that it wasn’t Foles who had won the game, but the Eagles stifling defense. Meanwhile, the Minnesota Vikings, who had been steamrolling through teams, was the obvious pick for many people when they played the Eagles in the next round in the NFC Championship.

Those who watched that game saw something miraculous happen. After a quick drive by the Minnesota Vikings and a great defensive stand against the Eagles making it 7-0, many thought, “Here it goes, the Vikings are going to just keep scoring and keep the Eagles out of the end zone.” The next throw, Case Keenum throws an interception that went back for a touchdown and the Eagles tied the game 7-7. The Vikings get the ball back and the Eagles make yet another great defensive showing and get the ball right back to Nick Foles.

This was the moment that you saw greatness from a true underdog– a moment that is hardly witnessed in the NFL. Nick Foles put on a clinic. He proceeded to make the Viking’s #1 defense look like a junior varsity team and put up 352 yards with 3 TDs, delivering pinpoint passes with ease and leading the Eagles to a 38-7 blowout victory sending them to the Super Bowl for the first time since the 2004 season. The same Super Bowl where the Eagles lost by just 3 points against the same titan, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.


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When Super Bowl LII kicks off on Sunday, February 4, more than a hundred million Americans will be watching. Can Tom Brady carry his Patriots to yet another victory or will the Philadelphia Eagles finally get their hands on the Lombardi Trophy? As the following infographic nicely illustrates, it is not only the biggest game of the year but also a, albeit unofficial, national holiday. With a record-breaking average TV audience of 114.4 million viewers in 2015, you can understand why the Super Bowl generates millions of dollars in advertising for both the NFL and the local affiliates who carry it. An average 30-second ad during the Super Bowl broadcast national cost an estimated 5 million US dollars in 2017.

The majority of consumers regard Super Bowl commercials as entertainment and about a quarter of respondents also said that these commercials make them aware of the advertisers’ brands according to a 2017 survey. Let Fabrica Creative create a strategy to increase your brand’s awareness and get more customers in the door!


Surrounded By Greatness

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Some people say that we are an average of the 5 people we spend the most time with. True or not, it begs the question, “Do we mind picking up the traits of those around us?” There have been times in my life where I would have answered that with a resounding NO but for the most part I have hung around some pretty amazing humans.

I have never thought myself to be very impressionable, I’m always trying to stay ahead of the trends and never like to do things just because they are popular. It’s done more out of principle than anything else–why follow when you can do your own thing? Psychologists and Sociologists seem to think that the majority of humans are very impressionable (remember, we are the average of the 5 people we spend the most time with). Maybe I haven’t gone through the kiln yet after all.

Cue a reflective moment, soft music, and slow camera pan across my in-home library.

I am, in fact, impressionable. I see traits from my parents in me. Traits from my wife can be found in me. My closest friends and I share the same slang and unsaid jokes. Always being driven to become a better human (body, soul, mind), I have sought out great individuals to surround myself with. That’s harder said than done. Most great people are busy doing great things or have great families to spend time with–it’s hard to lend a minute to someone who isn’t great yet! But that’s what makes these people great, they give to things and people they either care about or see greatness hiding inside. I feel privileged when someone says ‘yes’ to mentoring me or spending time with me.

No matter what stage of life you are in, we all need mentors. In a religious setting, we call this discipleship. There is always someone who is better at _______________ than you. Better at leading, better at writing, better at designing, better at meeting goals, better at singing, better at selling, etc. The list goes on. Flip the coin, YOU are always better than someone else. Mentorship and greatness are most successful when it’s a two-way street. You are helped by others and you help others in return. You become better because of who you surround yourself with so you should also help others become better by being the best version of you.

The scary thing about us being the average of the people we spend the most time with is that we hope not to be the low end of that average. Don’t be the person who brings the average down. Remember that student in your math class that always brought the class average down? Don’t be that person. When you look around at the people you are spending time with, take mental notes. What do you like about those people? How are you contributing to the groups ‘average’?

You are the weakest link, goodbye!

If it turns out that you are the bringing the average in your group down, I suggest you take a long, hard look in the mirror. Ask your friends what they like about you or why they spend time with you. Also, ask what things they notice about you that are negative. Focus on what they say because oftentimes real friends are the only ones that speak truth into your life.

There is no better time to begin to seek out mentorship and mentee-ship than the start of a new year. We are already conditioned to make significant changes when a new year turns over, so it’s easy to throw this into the mix at the same time. Let’s become better versions of ourselves and lift the group average. Be the person that everyone looks up to and wants to learn from. I believe in you-you can do it.

New Year's Resolutions

Being More Awesome This Year

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I have a love/hate relationship with my New Year’s Resolution this year. I love the idea of change, growth, and self-improvement; and I wholeheartedly believe that we were put here on this earth as human beings to do just those things. But I hate the pressure I put on myself to come up with these elaborate, lofty (not to mention usually unattainable) New Year’s Resolutions. After years of setting crazy resolutions for myself that I ultimately failed at within just a few weeks, I’ve gradually adopted a new approach to resolutions that has proven to be a much better success! January is nearly over, but in my opinion, it’s still the perfect time to get your goals for the year all laid out. It’s not too late to tweak your resolutions or come up with completely different one than you had last year.

Here are 5 of my favorite resolution tips:

1. Pick one word to focus on for the year.
I read about this, tried it, and it was a total game changer! Before you start thinking about any specific goals, you should come up with one word–one word that you want to focus on. Determine the kind of person you want to become. Identify in your mind what that person will be and then pick that one word. Just stick to one or two, don’t go overboard. I still like to set smaller goals, all of which should ideally fall under the umbrella of why I pick just one word.

2. Don’t set your goals until mid-to-late January.
I know this sounds crazy! You are probably saying to yourself, “January 1st is over, why should I set a goal now? Should I just wait until next year?” I like to avoid the hype and wait until things slow down. I start thinking about what I want my new year to look like mid-month, then I let those ideas percolate for a few weeks. Once everyone else has already given up on their New Year’s Resolutions, I finally formulate and write down goals for myself.

3. Avoid the extremes.
There are people out there that have the willpower to commit (and succeed) doing really, really intense things. Things like giving up sugar cold turkey, working out at the gym every single day, or giving up online shopping during the week. More power to you, people! I hate to be the one to break it to you, but you are probably not one of those people. Most of us aren’t good at the ‘all or nothing’ approach. Don’t set yourself up for failure! Instead, give yourself a little wiggle room. Avoid resolutions that are too strict or extreme, because you’ll just end up quitting them.

4. Keep things organized.
I like to break things up into categories; this helps me pick goals or things to work on that will help me in specific areas of my life. Categories like Physical, Emotional, Mental, and Projects are ones that I like to work with. Under each category, I think of things I’d like to get better at. Many of them are as simple as: come home from work in a timelier manner or turn the computer off to unplug every night during dinner so I can spend more quality time with my husband. I don’t get down on myself if these things don’t happen every single day, but I just make the effort to keep trying.

5. Revisit your goals often.
How many times have you written out a list of resolutions and then never looked at it again? Or forgotten about it? I’m totally guilty of this. I keep all of my yearly goals on a notepad next to my keyboard. I try to revisit and go over them at least once a week (bonus if you have to turn the page over to start new notes). It’s easy to get busy and lose sight of what your goals are. Look them over often to remind yourself and you’ve got a much better chance of incorporating them into your daily routines!

Good Luck!