It’s the end of another year and it’s time to think about what your goals will be for the next year.
Like so many of the writers here at this blog, I don’t make resolutions. They are just too difficult to keep and when you inevitably break them, you feel like a failure. No thanks.
Instead I reflect on what I did in the last year, how I can do better, and what it is I hope to accomplish in the coming New Year.
Which brings me to a little New Year’s Day ceremony I used to do with my kids -I don’t do it anymore but maybe I should dig it out and dust it off.
On New Year’s Day, after our annual family breakfast of pancakes, bacon and sliced fruit, I would hand out 6 green leafs cut from construction paper to each member of the family.
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