As we are about to embark on a new year a lot of us make lists on things we would like to change, achieve or try. For some of us our lists will include family resolutions, financial saving plans, health related promises and yes Hair goals. I wrote an article about how I like to set my hair goals whenever a new year rolls along on Global Couture.
In the article “Setting “hair goals” for the New Year” I touch upon the “Keep It Simple Stupid” (K.I.S.S) principle that I personally find helpful. While it is great to dream and think big, it is important to try and keep our plans and goals realistic as well because if we don’t, we might end up being extremely disappointed & demotivated when we are unable to meet our goals (which might have been unachievable in the first place due to improper planning and unrealistic goals). I also touch upon the importance of a hair journal/dairy and how keeping one can really be helpful as the weeks and months go by. (Read my previous post about Hair Journals)
As for me, I have a few hair goals/resolutions that I will be sharing with you in my next post. Do you have any for 2015? I would love to hear what they are.
Happy New Year Maicurlies!
I definitely have some goals. Instead of focusing on length like I did last year, I’m going to focus on healthy hair by finger detangling and more protective styles (flat twists, mini twists). I do want to learn more DIY products for my hair health. I also want to go to more natural hair meetups. There is a group in Indiana called Naturalistas of Nap. I will go there for more natural hair loving and info. Happy New Year!
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Happy New Year! Thank you for sharing hun 🙂
Your comment reminds me that I need to write a post about my hair plans for 2015!
Sounds like you have great goals, with health will come length so you’ll be getting both :D. YES! More DIY’s I like the sound of that 😉 I wish we had natural hair meetups but I shall live vicariously through all my curlfriends around the world who manage to attend them. I am also planning on doing more protective styles or at least low manipulation styles, because my “go to” has been twist-outs and before that Wash-n-go’s. I also need to be more on top of my trims. Thanks again for sharing!