What’s up, everybody?!?

Welcome to my website/blog! That’s so strange to say. This has been an idea that has been brewing in my brain for a long time and has just now come to fruition.

So, if you’re new here, you’re probably wondering who the heck I am.

I’m Autumn, the writer behind the RKF blog. I’m 25 and I’m from southeast Alabama. You can learn more about me AND my Keto journey here.

I decided that with the new year, I wanted to do something extra special for all of us, which was to create this blog. I hope to share a lot of valuable information for you guys here, whether you’re just starting your #ketojourney or you’re in the middle of it. From beginner to maintenance, I want to cover it all! You’ll learn a little more about me in the process, too – I hope you decide to reach out and say hi!

A big decision I’ve made is that in 2020 I’ve also decided that I’m not going to make ANY resolutions – instead, I’m going to make commitments. Here’s why.

Resolutions and commitments are not the same

Resolution: A firm commitment to do or not do something
Commitment: The state or quality of being dedicated to a cause

Be honest, when you read the two words, which has the connotation of “maybe it will, maybe it won’t happen”? Resolutions. Exactly. This year, I’m going to try to refer to the changes I want to make as “commitments” because my brain feels more obligated to follow through with commitments rather than resolutions. Sometimes, all it takes is a change in thought process to get something done. Try it! And comment below if you’ve done something similar, or are planning to change the way you think about resolutions this year.

And now I’m going to share my commitments with you.

COMMITMENTS TO YOU
1. Two BRAND SPANKIN NEW blog posts per week
2. One full length product review per week
3. Two recipe videos per month
4. Sweet RKF merch (no seriously, go check it out!)

COMMITMENTS TO MYSELF
1. Consistency in my blog/social media
2. Try something new every week (food/recipe/exercise)
3. Read 30 minutes per day
4. Write 30 minutes per day

For the first time (since I can remember), I have zero resolutions that have to do with eating healthier or working out more. I almost can’t believe it. It wasn’t until I finished creating this list that I realized I have no fitness or food goals that feel pressing to me. I’m happy with what I’ve been doing for the past year and a half, and I plan to just continue what I’m currently doing through the new year.

What are your commitments for 2020? Are your goals personal, professional, or external? Let me know in the comments below!

Talk soon.

<3 RKF