“New year, new you!” is a popular mentality as we get inundated with articles of how to become our “best self” and to finally “hit the gym”. While everyone can be better of working out more and eating better, try to integrate these changes into your lifestyle rather than making them a short term goal. Instead of spending your energy towards quick fixes, I invite you to look introspectively at your experiences in 2016. How has your worldview fluctuated, your accomplishments (professional, personal or emotional), what you want to be different in 2017, maybe even some things you want to stay the same. Self reflection is such a powerful way to see where we have been and where we want to go. Change happens slowly with intent so don’t rush. In the spirit of valuing the process, here’s a video of how waiting is sometimes better than immediate satisfaction. Enjoy!