Perhaps you’ve noticed the growing trend to choose a word of the year in January. Why choose a word of the year? The traditional litany of New Year’s resolutions can get old. Not only that, but statistics show that 92% of New Year’s resolutions fail. And let’s face it, by mid-January or early February, many… Continue reading Choosing a Word of the Year: Is it Helpful?
I’m a nostalgic person. You know, someone who likes to reminisce the past. Even certain foods and smells cause me to recollect special memories and favorite people. For example, I have cinnamon scented candles and Scentsy in my house because it makes me feel homey and reminds me of my mother who is now in… Continue reading Forward Motion
I like making to-do lists. I write daily lists and I schedule things on my desk and phone calendar for future tasks and events. I also make goals for the year. After jotting down my chores, tasks, and goals, I feel organized and in control, that is until…I don’t complete all the checkoffs on my… Continue reading The one thing we all need to do in 2018
I used to make a New Year's resolutions. But over the last few years, I've started something...well, uh... NEW which I'll share with you in a little while. But first, did you know that 45% of Americans usually make New Year’s Resolutions? Sadly only 8% are successful at keeping them, according to Statistic Brain Research Institute.… Continue reading BEFORE YOU MAKE A NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION