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We all hear "me me me" at this time of year.......and wait for others to genuinely show interest in us. But few do.

Going Renofrom Going Reno

A New Year Tradition: Write a Letter to Yourself

Start a New Year's Tradition of writing a letter to yourself, to open the following year on New Year's Eve.

I mean, right? All too often we are so scared of the consequences of these actions. Are we afraid of rejection? After a while rejection becomes obsolete and we just become better people.

This is my New Years resolution this year. Time to start thinking about me and not others

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New Year’s Goal Setting– Choose a Word

Al anon mantra. This has gotten my attention in deep ways. Sometimes you have to just step out and force the change because. ...well..nothing changes if nothing changes. #12steps #alanon #icantdothedrinkinganymore

Simplify life. Less things. Less to organize. Less time wasted organizing and looking for things. Save more money for the future. Save time, which is the most valuable of all these things.

"There are only two days in the year that nothing can be done. One is called yesterday and the other is called tomorrow, so today is the right day to love, believe, do, and mostly live." Dalai Lama

.They say a person needs just three things to be truly happy in this world: someone to love, something to do and something to hope for.

Decided that my word for 2015 is NOURISH. In the past, I've always chosen something like: fearless, determined, passionate, etc. 2015 will be all about settling into my skin, my world, my life. Less stress, more time, more kindness. I want to nourish the relationships I'm in, the body I have with what it deserves, my mind, my spirit, my creativity, and my drive. Time to grow.