Let’s Celebrate 2021 with Champagne and Sprinkles ALL Year Long!

If you’ve read my posts for any length of time, you know I’m big on perspective. And positivity. And celebrating the good stuff in life. 

Life’s too short to not sip the bubbly or enjoy the cake. And after the year we’ve just had, it is more important than ever to recognize and celebrate milestones and successes, no matter how big or small they are. 

You also know I’m partial to things that bubble and sparkle, and that I’ll find any reason to celebrate and pop open a bottle of champagne— bonus points if it’s pink!

A new client? POP!

Nephew made the dean’s list? POP!

Launched a book? POP!

A friend became a Grandma? POP!

A neighbor adopted a new dog? POP!

To-do list complete? POP!

A colleague nailed a presentation? POP!

Clean medical check up? POP!

A Monday without a tech issue? POP POP POP!

Why not celebrate every single victory? After all, even tiniest steps are steps in the right direction. 

Now that we’ve finally shown 2020 the door, I think it is high time we focus on all the good things. Seek them. Track them. And shout them from the rooftops. 

Many of you have celebrated with me, both my big milestones and small. I want to celebrate YOU too! 

Which is why…

YOU’RE INVITED TO CHAMPAGNE MONDAYS

Let’s declare the 4th Monday of every month a celebration. We’ll call it CHAMPAGNE MONDAY. 

Here’s how it will work: Keep a little notebook where you track all the goodness in your life, the good stuff that you do, that happens to you, to your friends, family, coworkers and colleagues. No success is too small to jot down. Start noticing these things and intentionally writing them down. Watch your “reasons to celebrate” list grow and grow!

On the 4th Monday of each month, read through the list and CELEBRATE it all! 

POP open a bottle of bubbly and make a toast. 

Don’t like champagne? No worries. Sparkling grape juice works. A fluffy coffee does too. So do sprinkles! Put them on your pancakes. Sprinkle them on your cereal. Or on your steak. We’re not here to judge!

My point? YOU get to choose how YOU celebrate.

Bake a cake—and lick the spoon! Do a happy dance. Phone a friend. Or invite a friend to join you. Meet up on Zoom for a toast to all the greatness surrounding you.

Post a pic of your CHAMPAGNE MONDAY celebration on social media and tag it #champagnemonday so we can all celebrate with you. Let’s make this a bubbly movement of positivity and fun!

It is time to focus on all of the good things in life. Look for them, track them and celebrate them. You deserve to celebrate your achievements and we’re all here to celebrate with you.

Cheers!

Kelly

11 Comments on “Let’s Celebrate 2021 with Champagne and Sprinkles ALL Year Long!”

  1. Love it, love it, love it Kelly! I’m a friend of Jayme Newell, she shared this with me I’m so proud of you, my mom tells me that I belong on stage explaining things to people that they can understand as I may complicate things very easy and fun anyway you’re doing it, congratulations !! And yes, there’s so much to celebrate in today! Cheers!

    1. What fun to get your message, Paula. Jayme is awesome. So glad she shared this with you. Hope you have many many things to celebrate in 2021. Cheers!

    1. Thank you, Kelly. So grateful for you, too. I feel a #ChampagneMonday celebration in our future.

  2. Excellent, Kelly! Yes, we need to celebrate this day. We need to celebrate this year. We need to celebrate this life. Thanks for the reminder and the fun idea: Champagne Monday’s. Count me in! Have a wonderful 2021!

  3. Kelly, the use of rocks, physically, as a means of identifying and releasing burdens is so effective! Whether you throw them on the lake or simply bury them someplace where you no longer can see them. Or tuck them in a drawer and when you discover them again, acknowledge the progress you have made to heal and grow.

    Here’s to Monday January 25th, Champagne and Sprinkles!

    1. I like the idea of burying the rocks, Carol. Excellent suggestion. I’ll be toasting YOU on #ChampagneMonday!

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