It’s the first day of a new year. Most of us feel as if this is a new beginning. Let’s try to keep this thought going past the first few weeks of January. I am going to write a list of my wishes and goals for the new year. If written down, I almost feel as if I can revisit them, remind myself of what I want to achieve and keep these goals alive for the year.
My list begins:
. Go back to my healthy eating routine and continue my gym commitment. With my daughter getting married this year, I have even stronger reasons to achieve my goal.
. Go back to the novel I started last summer. I only wrote an outline and one chapter. If I can visit it at least once each week (and more if possible) I can achieve my goal. It is difficult with a full time job but no more excuses.
.Slow down. I am always eager to get everything done. This year I plan to take time for myself to refuel more often.
. Give more freely to others even if they have hurt me. Remind myself that everyone has a different journey and people’s avoidance does not directly relate to me.
. Live each day to the fullest. Even when I have a bad day at work I want to remind myself of the good in my life.
. Reconnect with God.
That’s it for now. If I accomplish the above I will be very happy with myself. I would like to wish everyone a happy and healthy new year. Remember be kind to yourself and always try your best.