Year End Reflections

Lowestoft 2007 435

End of the year is a time when many people take inventory of their lives.  We think about our year – our losses and our gains.  What we did, did not do, and what we want to change.

Many of us set resolutions for the next year.  Things we would like to manifest, places we would like to go, habits we would like to establish – or get rid of.  Often we set our resolutions higher than we believe we can go.  We can easily be disappointed in ourselves when we give up later on our intentions.

Set some realistic resolutions this year.  And continue to set intentions through the year.  Check in with yourself often and adjust your resolutions as needed.  It is good to take inventory often and to set intentions and goals.


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  1. Summoned Angels sounds inviting. I just may have to pick that up. I see you published through Lulu. I have a Christian fiction novel out now too called “Courage Times Three”, that I published through Createspace. It’s also sold as a paperback and ebook if you are interested in checking it out. Have a wonderful 2014 and keep on lifting the spirits. Tomorrow I get to turn another year older and now in my sixties, each year is special. Brenda 🙂


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