My sincere wish is that everyone have a better 2015 than 2014 in every way.
May you all have a very happy, healthy, fruitful and prosperous year filled with love, joy, and friendship.
Every year many people make a list of resolutions. I do as well but lately I’ve been thinking that rather than wait for a new year to try to improve myself, why not try to make the changes when I realize things aren’t going quite as I’d planned? If I’ve gained a few pounds, I’ll try to exercise a little more and cut back on my intake when I see the numbers on my scale increase. Since I need a new job, I’ll update the resume and start looking – and not wait for the new year to do so. I’ll try to look for the positive in every situation rather than any sort of hidden agenda I suspect the other person (or persons) has. And I’ll try to do that at the point of contact, with the questionable comment or the odd look I get.
I’ll close with three suggestions for this year for everyone. Smile. Laugh.
And most of all, enjoy yourself. Life’s too short.