2016 New Year's Resolutions


Let your light shine bright in 2016


Happy 2016 my loves! I cannot believe another year has come and gone. I love the notion of "starting fresh." I think it's more mental than anything. It's fun to think that we have 365 days to make new memories, work hard, love hard and enjoy life. 2015 was a big learning year for me! I did a TV show called Radius Fitness which really pushed me in ways I did not think was possible. I learned SO much about myself in the process ... The biggest take-away from being on national television and creating content was to NEVER stop believing in your dreams. There were so many times I broke down in tears and thought "do I have what it takes, is this worth it?" I was pushed to my limits, both mentally and physically, but the most beautiful things came from the process ... I LOVE what I do and if I can inspire just one person, that's what matters most. I learned NO ONE can ever take that fire away from me and no matter what, I BELIEVE in my own magic. So, as 2015 closed, I looked in the mirror with pride and an unshakable belief in myself.

"What doesn't kill us makes us stronger"

2015 Natalie Uhling Montauk
2015 Natalie Uhling Montauk
2015 Natalie Uhling Montauk
2015 Natalie Uhling Montauk

Top 5 2016 Resolution's

1. Have more FUN! I love my job and I am a bit of a perfectionist so it's hard to step away from work at times. I am a "all or nothing" person so when I love something I give it my all. I want to enjoy the journey more and appreciate living in the present. 2. Take up a new sport. I am really interested in gymnastics and take hip-hop, tap and ballet classes. I am craving to learn a new craft and expand my movement knowledge. 3. Read more books! Knowledge is power. 4. Be a mentor. There is such a need for female mentors in our communities. I want to help young girls tap into their passions. People always told me my "job" was not a career ... well I guess I proved them wrong. 5. Collaborate with all different types of artists! Being around creative people is like oxygen to me. I am in a creative cycle in my life and I hunger to learn more.

2016 Bring it on!


Photographer Credit: Noah Sahady