This week’s blog post idea comes from Kim Handysides. Kim writes:
“Every New Year’s Day, I make my family write down goals/aspirations for the coming year and put them in a shoebox. Before they write the New Year letter to themselves, they read the previous year’s letters. Usually out loud to each other. We talk about each other’s achievements, trials and hopes for the future. How do you (or how would you like to) celebrate New Year’s?”
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I’ve never been much for New Year’s resolutions. Setting goals is a good thing, I know, but mine are often doomed to disaster if I make them arbitrarily, instead of when I feel a strong commitment. But it is certainly a good time to look back and see how things went, what we should change, where we need to focus our energies.
I wish everyone a pleasant and productive 2015!
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