life (in general)

2006…

I’m finally getting the chance to sit down and think a little bit about the new year. I love the turn of a new year and the feelings that are evoked with this passing in to another year. There seems to be a general trend away from resolutions these days, which I can understand. Come February, many of these feelings of freshness and newness have fizzled with the dreariness of winter and the hurry of daily life. But I don’t think there’s anything wrong with reflection and inspiration and hope for the future. So here are four things I will be moving towards in the new year:

1. To give these two possessions more attention: my Bible and my journal.
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2. To improve my posture.
3. To  look back on December 31, 2006 and say I am healthier today than I was a year ago.

I’m finally getting the chance to sit down and think a little bit about the new year. I love the turn of a new year and the feelings that are evoked with this passing in to another year. There seems to be a general trend away from resolutions these days, which I can understand. Come February, many of these feelings of freshness and newness have fizzled with the dreariness of winter and the hurry of daily life. But I don’t think there’s anything wrong with reflection and inspiration and hope for the future. So here are four things I will be moving towards in the new year:

1. To give these two possessions more attention: my Bible and my journal.
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2. To improve my posture.
3. To  look back on December 31, 2006 and say I am healthier today than I was a year ago.

4 comments on “2006…”

  1. Happy New Year Molly. I love the improve your posture one, how original. I hadn’t thought of it till now, but that’s an excellent thing for me to work on. My form seems to have morphed into the shape of someone being hunched over a sewing machine. Your list is very positive, great way to start the year.

  2. Hey!! I want to improve my posture too, I’m the worst sloucher ever. I’m goign to read that article and work on it, we’ll be standing tall come 2007 hopefully 🙂

  3. I was going to say that you only had three things when you said there would be four… then I thought that would be silly – oh dear!

    Anyway enjoying reading your blog 🙂

    Jen

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