I don’t necessarily set New Year Resolutions every year, however, I have ongoing goals that revisit at the beginning of the year and throughout the year, making adjustments as needed. I can say that I am looking to 2016 and I am rejoicing over all the wonderful things that happened in 2015. As I look to this new year I am so grateful for my family and their undying support and encouragement over the last few years as transitioned into a new career. Here’s a few moments and spotlights from 2015.
My husband has spoiled me rotten and shown me what it means to be truly loved and cherished, flaws and all.
I cherish the time that I get to spend with my children, laughing, traveling, gaming, etc…they remind me every day that with each passing birthday, I’m still young at heart.
Although I am quite an introvert and I thrive when I have moments alone, all that I am and have would be nothing with out people to share it with. I have made it my goal to spend more time with friends and extended family. I started with lunch with a friend of 23 years.
Setting New Year’s Resolutions can be quite depressing, especially if you focus on the missed opportunities, unfortunate events, and unfinished business. I suggest that we all look at the positives of 2015 and learn from the negative situations and events. Don’t give too much of your energy to negative thoughts and emotions. Whatever you give the most attention too, is what you will have in life. Find your most pleasurable and positive events from 2015 and use those to fuel your future goals with motivation and gratefulness. I pray you all have much success, blessings, and happiness in 2016.