photo credit: James Marvin Phelps
Happy New Year! Although it is 9 days into 2014 this is my first post. In some ways I feel like I’m behind but mostly I feel like I am starting this year with momentum that will continue throughout the year. A New Year marks the death of the old and birth of the new which is a very exciting time for most people. I am sure you have seen numerous New Year resolutions on facebook, in blog posts or from friends filled with declarations of change. As a matter of fact, 45% of Americans make New Year resolutions but sadly only 8% of them are successful. Personally, I don’t believe in making resolutions but I do take time to reflect on the past and look forward and plan for the year to come.
This year will be one of transformation for me. I believe my transformation will touch all aspects of my life - physical, mental and spiritual. If I said I had it all planned out I’d be lying but I do have some overall goals that I’ve already started working on and have had positive results. I am beginning 2014 happy, healthy and wise. I’m taking the lessons from 2013 making adjustments and believing that 2014 will be my very best year!