Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Almost the Last Post of 2014!!

Photo by Guy Mayer

Sweet minty Jesus! It's almost... 2015!

I cannot believe that another year is just about over.  It went by so fast!  I'm starting to think that the older I get the faster it goes.  :-(

First, I'd like to welcome all of the new readers and subscribers!  Because of you, this post is the most viewed post on my site since I started this blog a little over 6 years ago.

I am so grateful to all of you, old and new readers, for taking the time to read, post comments, like the FB page, and share posts all over the "interwebs".  I hope that my words have helped you in the way that learning, (or at least recognizing), the lesson has helped me.

Before I start crying, onward!  

Tweet: 2014 is just about over... What's your one word theme for 2015? Read more here: http://ctt.ec/T7j4N+

At the beginning of the year, I wrote about my theme for the new year, simplicity.  I started out strong by moving my desk out of my bedroom, then I lost focus.  

A few days ago, I realized that even though I wasn't as focused on the theme, throughout the year I was working to simplify quite a bit personally, and at home and work.  It became clear in that moment that setting a theme for the new year is a way to set your intentions.  It seems to play out naturally, whether you focus on it or not.  

I plan to do this again next year and I want you to do it with me, so your homework assignment:  Decide on one word as your theme for 2015.  We have one more post before the new year starts, which is going up on December 31st.  We can talk about it before you all go out and start partying.  :-)

If you need a little help, check out Susannah Conway's free workbook called Unravelling the Year Ahead: 2015. It certainly helped me come up with my word for 2014 and I am sure that she can help you too.  

Wishing you all a wonderful and joyous holiday season!  See you on New Year's Eve!!

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