Happy Ground Hog Day Eve!
With January over and done, now is a good time to review where you stand on keeping those New Year’s resolutions that you made.
It’s encouraging to know that there are a lot of women who not only make resolutions, but who manage to keep them.
I met Carla Davis from Richmond in December 20o9 and she already had her 2010 resolution in mind. She planned to read more books than the year before. Her goal was to read at least one book a week.
I checked in with Carla a couple of weeks ago and I’m happy to report that she exceeded her goal. Go Carla! Go Carla!
It’s not too late to make your resolutions. You could kick off you new goals with the Chinese New Year.
A wise life coach, Carroll King Schuller, once told me, “Pick something that gives you a glimmer of joy.” http://www.organicblueprints.com/
I like that.
One of my goals in 2008 when I turned 50 was to explore a part of the country that I have never explored before.
I traveled to the Olympic Peninsula region and loved it. I hiked through snowy mountains; watched Orcas playing in Pacific Ocean; and discovered a great wine that I now order by the case!
One of my goals for 2011 is to make time to have more fun with family and friends. I didn’t do that enough in 2010.
What goals are you setting for yourself that will give you that glimmer of joy?