Tag Archives: New Year’s Resolutions

Enough

2014 was a beautiful and awful year. We lost and almost lost dear friends and family. We worked so long that we felt we couldn’t work any more. We sat happily with good coffee and sunshine and companionship. We loved … Continue reading

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Searching for Clarity

I wanted to claim the word “clarity” as my word for 2014. I have been doing this the past few years, choosing a word or two to help frame my intentions for the year. So I went for a walk … Continue reading

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Choose your word(s) and Write them on your heart

Last year at this time, I was choosing two words to help frame my year. Like many, I suck at New Year’s resolutions. They seemed to always involve a weight loss ¬†or “getting in shape” goal, a spiritually unattainable hope, … Continue reading

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Because I suck at New Year’s Resolutions

It’s true. I suck at New Year’s Resolutions. I never NEVER keep them for longer than a week or so. But, every December 31, I strap on my optimism and write a series of ¬†excellent resolutions and then exactly 365 … Continue reading

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