The sound of the clock striking midnight chiming in 2014 is the sign of a New Year and new resolutions! We caught up with some of our Sassy Mama ‘That Mamas’ to find out what their good intentions are for the next 12 months. Many have resolved to become more organised and a few have set their sights on perfecting the art of relaxation. You’ll spot them practising yoga, out with their girlfriends and balancing careers with their families in the year of the Horse. Out with the old and in with the new here’s to a fab New Year whether your challenges are big or small!
I would like to make myself fit and strong in mind, body and spirit to set a good example for my kid. I hate exercise so this is going to be tough! I’ve just started touch rugby and exercising with friends. Baby steps.
In 2014, I vow to be more organised! Life is complicated with a business and a family to run. I have a fantastic assistant who helps a LOT, but I need to keep on top of everything. Must do better!
This year I won’t be as hard on myself like the past years as I am turning 50 and decided I will celebrate 50 from the 1st of January 2014 until 31st December 2014! You’re only 50 once!
Enjoy my free time more… holidays with husband and girlfriends are high on the list, as is carving out a little more me time at the spa and yoga class. I will also continue to support my charities and contribute to our community.
In 2014, I vow to live a more balanced life! Although life has been busy with two kids and a business, there is no excuse for not exercising and eating healthily!
As another year comes to a close, I celebrate the past – its highs and lows, the good and the bad, challenges and rewards, and I humbly embrace whatever comes my way in the new year. I also hope to do something that scares me, travel to a new place (other than for work!), keep planning our Ya-Ya Sisterhood trip with my sisters, cousins and girlfriends and I hope that I keep surprising myself!
In 2014 I have a long list of resolutions! Wear higher heels and shorter skirts, dance more, double my salary, line dance in Texas, speak better Cantonese and many more! Oh and I also want to get another tattoo in white…
2013 has been an incredibly busy year, in 2014 I aim to practice the art of relaxation!
To be more thankful and create an atmosphere of gratitude in my home and in my work! To teach my children to say what they are grateful for each evening.
My New Year’s resolution for 2014 is to be able to spend more time with my family.
To spend time more face time (rather than phone time!) catching up with my best girlfriends here in Hong Kong… quite honestly, I’ve missed them!
To delegate more to my capable team, freeing me up to think more strategically about the growth of Prospect and to spend more time helping my kids with their homework!
Happy 2014, mamas!