A New Year sorta feels like fresh start. A new decade seems even more significant. Possibly you have a list that will commence on New Year’s Day of things to do more and less of. Good idea. It’s an orderly start so precisely on day 1 and well we’re almost there... so go for it. However, know that you don’t need a particular day to change wishes to plans. I’m cheering you on and won’t judge you if take a re-start later in the year. On January 1, we will open the new book. Its pages are blank. You are the author. I pray you write yourself a remarkable 2020...in fact, a best seller. I’m a fan of love stories but write what you like. This book is yours and it’s entitled Opportunity and its first chapter is actually New Year’s Day. I want you to know that at anytime you can say "Plot Twist!" and change the direction of your story. You’re also the Editor and the Publisher. I do hope it’s exciting that sometimes it keeps you up at night. Yes, there’s something quite monu
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Boxing Day, the day after Christmas is Canada at its best...when it's done right. Sure, the retail sector with its Boxing Day Sales attempt to turn this charitable tradition into some other than intended, but Boxing Day is simply an opportunity to give back. If you are unsure on what this means, the bottom line is you were blessed on Christmas Day and it's time to pay it forward. Origin stories of the holiday are mixed: Some say the name comes from the British aristocracy's habit of presenting their servants with gifts on the day after Christmas, once their own celebration was over and lowly employees could finally get some time off. Another popular suggestion is that it arose from the tradition of making charitable donations during the Christmas season, wherein people would give boxes of food and other supplies to the less fortunate and churches would set out donation boxes to collect for the poor. I've always looked as it as you most likely just accumulated mo
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Waking up to a white Christmas morning has me reflective on to 2019. There’s so much to grateful for. However, looking forward I think there's something almost poetic about a New Year. It's a fresh start, a new beginning...a do-over. Yes, I realize you can redesign your life at any time but January 1st always seems like an official second chance to finally get it right. I'm wishing you a very Merry Christmas and not to rush things....but here's to 2020. May it play out with Intent, Purpose, Love and Joy.