We are just four days into 2019 and our New Year’s resolutions are still fresh on our minds. At our Beach House, we loved introducing our theme for this year to our guests during our New Year’s Eve celebrations – Abundance 2019: A Year To Honour Your Fullest Self, was a big hit and we believe that the philosophy that stems from this theme is one that resonates with most people.
This year, we are paying homage to the truest versions of ourselves – in its entirety, both the good, the not so good and everything else in between. This year we will be finding and speaking our truth. For Abundance 2019: A Year To Honour Your Fullest Self, we are on a quest to live the fullest expression of ourselves.
We are all about the word ‘abundance’ at our Beach House. The true meaning of abundance goes beyond just simply having or acquiring more; it is bigger and more all-encompassing than that. Abundance is a feeling – it is something that is already there that just needs to be tapped in to. Abundance is gratitude and seeing the richness in every moment. Abundance is love. And more and more, people are realising that abundance is a choice.
We are true believers that when you live in a state of abundance your life will take on a whole new perspective. You will start to see opportunity where others see darkness, you will see beauty all around you and you will appreciate all that you have and all that is to come into your life.
If you haven’t made any resolutions yet or are not sure what you should focus your energy on this year, we have some questions that may help guide you in discovering what your dreams are. We hope they provide some inspiration for your 2019 intentions!
What are some of the big experiences you want to have in 2019?
What are the relationships you want to focus on deepening in 2019?
What are some of the ways that you are going to get out of your comfort zone in 2019?
What are some of the ways that you will show how you care and love yourself in 2019?
How do you want to feel exactly a year from now?
What is your mantra, phrase or quote for 2019?