Wednesday Words of Wisdom
Well, we’re in the final stretch of the year, guys!
Hanukkah has come and gone, and Christmas is on the horizon. 2018 will be here before we know it, and I’m not sure I’ve wrapped my head around it.
I know we all say that, and every year it’s crazy to think how fast the year has gone. But this year feels like it flew significantly faster than years past. I’m not sure why, but it’s hard to believe we’re under two weeks away from the end of the year.
How can it be?!
Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, all of the holidays or none of them, it’s a joyous and happy time, indeed. It doesn’t matter your holiday of choice; this is simply a time of love, of celebration, of reflection, and of rejuvenation. Enjoy each and every moment.
This is a great time to remind yourself to seek happiness.
If areas of your life aren’t making you as happy as you can possibly be, then take inventory of what’s going on and make a change. Make multiple changes. You deserve the utmost happiness. Always.
As the year winds down, before the new year begins, think hard about how you want to live your life.
Ask yourself what would make you happy, and then find that happy. Because it’s there.
Our Wish for You
We have a few more great articles coming your way before Christmas, but we wanted to take this time to say a very happy happy end of the year for you.
We wish each and every one of you only the very best, always.
If you celebrate Christmas, may it be bright and cheerful and full of everything happy.
Sending the warmest wishes to you.
A Few More Things
Things have been winding down for the year in these parts. We still have some great articles coming your way between now and the new year, and we have lots in store for you in 2018.
We’ve had some great meetings recently gearing up for the new year, and we’re thrilled to have you on this crazy ride with us. We appreciate each and every one of you more than you know.
Over the next 10 days, we’re going to try to relax a bit more than usual, spend quality time with our loved ones, and think about this past year and all that’s to come. We hope you can do the same.
Thank you, as always, for reading, and we’ll see you back here in the morning!
Watercolor design by Amy Tangerine