“Make a Fresh Start” – Recap

Make a Fresh Start logo - a plant with a fresh green leaf.

Over the past 30 days, I have introduced a series of small ways to refresh and renew your life. We focused on things you can do with your belongings, your lifestyle, your space, your body, and your mind. The challenge to readers was to select a few to try. I hope you have enjoyed the series, and feel like you have “made a fresh start” in 2021.

Taking on 30 new habits in one month is a little overwhelming, so I thought it would be helpful to summarize the complete list for future reference. At any time, check back to this post and consider trying another tip for starting fresh. To follow the link to the post, click on the caption below the photo.

“Make a Fresh Start” in 2021

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I hope you have enjoyed trying these simple ways to “Make a Fresh Start.” Did you have a favorite?

24 thoughts on ““Make a Fresh Start” – Recap”

    1. Every year it is a personal challenge to find some “hook” to get people to stop by. It was fun doing the photos. Thank you for your support all month!

  1. I’ve enjoyed your fresh start series. But what I absolutely love is the collection of images (of you) all in one spot. These are adorable and so beautifully describe the message for each day. I can tell how much thought, love, energy, and fun you put into this work. I have to revisit #30- the memory trick. Looks good.

    Congratulations on completing your series! What a great place to return to some inspiration on adding good habits to 2021.

    1. Thank you for supporting me all month, Linda! It was fun doing the photos, hopefully showing that these are small tips you can do wherever you are!

    1. I agree. In some ways, this long month actually moved along pretty quickly! Thank you so much for you comments and support all month long, Janine. Wishing you a safe day today in the snow, and a very happy month of February. 🙂

  2. I’ve loved this series, Seana. You are so creative and thoughtful in the way you shared small ways anyone can shift their behavior and habits to try something new. I don’t have a favorite. Each one resonated with me in one way or another. Well done!

  3. Congratulations on completing this make a fresh start series for 2021! It’s a great start series to help make this year a huge success. I love that you compiled the links in one post for easy access. I’m definitely sharing this one. Thank you!

    1. Thank you, Sabrina! I appreciate your affirmation and support so much. I hoped to make it easy to check back. It helps me as well because I’m “playing along” with my own ideas. 🙂

    1. It did go fast for me:) I’ve had fun with it all month long because I’m also trying to do these things. Going outside today took some courage as the blizzard is in full swing, but I did it!

  4. I’m so glad you did a recap. This has been a wonderful series, and it is nice to have a link that highlights each day in one location. Definitely saving and sharing this.

    1. Yes, that is a very smart approach. You don’t want to attempt so much that you fail at everything. Each of us should pick and choose the approach that is right for us!

  5. Seana,
    The bonus here is your photos. I absolutely adore them. They’re so fun and you come alive. You’re actually telling the reader, we can be friends. You have such a great attitude!
    One of my favorite tips is to “audibly verbalize where you are putting things down.” It’s simple and doable and I have no doubt how well it works. It’s very smart.
    I still think about everything you said on appreciation and blessing a good nights sleep and blessing the morning. Those are winners!

    1. I’m so glad you found a few that resonated with you, Ronni. They are simply intended to be options we may choose to pursue to renew our lives. I talk when putting things down all the time – it really does help:) The photos were fun to put together, and I do hope that they make me seem approachable. Nobody is perfect, but we can help each other!

    1. It really can be started at any time, and even re-started at the beginning of the month as long as there are new tasks to tackle. I had fun with the photos – gotta leverage those visuals, right?

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