Monday, January 2, 2012

What does 2012 look like for you?

While the rest of the world might still be fighting hangovers, I rang in the new year with a head cold and eight different kinds of cold remedies likely canceling out one anothers' benefits, simply because I'm a big baby when I'm sick. Still, with the worst of the plague behind me, I am, like the rest of the world, turning my attention to 2012.

As with any milestone, the changing of the calendars can be bittersweet. We look to those goals we might have fallen short of accomplishing, yes, but the chance to start fresh is not one to be taken lightly. If you met your goal, fantastic! If you weren't able to reach that goal, take a deep breath, forgive yourself. Tomorrow's another day, today's the start of another year, and it's time to look at our new goals.

Happy new year to all. Hope you're rested. The break is officialy over.


LoriStrongin said...

Sometimes I think the best new years resolution is to not make one! ;) This year, I'm just focusing on doing what I need to do--keep learning, keep writing, and keep trying to build my skill set.

Here's hoping 2012 is filled with health, happiness, and lots of publishing success!


Rosalie Stanton said...

Good advice, Lori!

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