Life is not so much about beginnings and endings as it is about going on and on and on. It is about muddling through the middle. ~Anna Quindlen
I haven’t made any resolutions for the new year. I changed many aspects of my life throughout this past year, and resolve to follow through with them.
Change takes more than a date on a calendar to be successful. Our reasons for doing and being what we don’t want, why we attract the opposite of our desires, must be addressed before outward change can manifest in our lives.
Change is difficult. I struggle every day to stay on track, to keep my goals in sight. It’s worth it though…
Make resolutions to change starting today, if that’s what you want to do. But don’t do it halfheartedly. Look inward. Find what makes you unhappy and change that first. Change your thoughts… If you don’t unearth the root of your unhappiness, it will sabotage your efforts to change.
Doug stayed up too late, watching the ball drop in Times Square and acting like a monkey… Well, he is a monkey, so I guess I can’t fault him for that.
He’s sleeping in today. I’ll let him. In spite of his mischievousness, he’s a good friend and co-author of this blog. I’m thankful that Doug found his way into my life.
I’m thankful for everyone who reads this blog and shares their thoughts with me.
Resolve to be strong and make real changes, if that’s what you desire.
Happy New Year!