Kelsea Ballerini Will ‘Care More’ and ‘Stress Less’ In 2020
Kelsea Ballerini is heading into the new year with big plans. The superstar recently took to Instagram to share her…
Kelsea Ballerini; Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images
Kelsea Ballerini is heading into the new year with big plans. The superstar recently took to Instagram to share her New Year’s resolution and it turns out she doesn’t just have one, she has several of them.
In a post shared with her nearly 2 million followers on Thursday (Jan. 2), the “homecoming queen?” singer mapped out her goals for 2020.
“2020: care more about less,” she began. “ditch the phone more often. be present. eat more veggies drink less wine (?). read a book (yes, just one, it’s that daunting to me…). play more guitar. find magic in alone time. conquer a fear (jumping in the ocean is one of those…because sharks…). take more ownership of my art. smile a lot. stress less. travel to new places. play more music.”
She closed her post encouraging fans to share their New Year’s resolutions and goals as well.
Kelsea Ballerini rang in 2020 with a performance on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2020. The Grand Ole Opry member is expected to announce plans for her much-anticipated third studio album very soon. According to her recent Tweets, details about her next project will be revealed in about three weeks.
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