by: Ashia Sims
Many people choose the New Year to end relationships that are negative or make them unhappy in general. While this is a great thing to do, it’s also a good idea to use the New Year to be more conscious of how you nurture and develop the relationships that you aren’t ending.
Since New Year’s resolutions don’t typically last too far past March, why don’t you make a New Year’s goal to fortify your relationships, not just the romantic ones? People make the mistake of taking their friendships and relationships with family for granted but they require just as much work as a romance.
Now that you’re enjoying the refreshing feeling of putting on a New Year and shedding the old one, take some time and reach out to family members you may only see during the holidays or call your girlfriends and organize a girl’s night out. All of our relationships are important. They fulfill us in different ways. We have to make it a point to feed and nurture them so they can grow and flourish for many new years to come.
Ashia Sims, is a writer, producer and Executive Producer for Friday Girl TV. She enjoys business, traveling and teaching women about fashion on her blog, www.cluelessfashionista.com