If you’re like me, you start a new year with a sense of excitement and wonder. A new year for me is an opportunity to keep doing what you’ve been doing well, stop what you’ve been doing badly and start to do things you’ve never done before.
But be realistic. Resolutions can be a source of great inspiration, but also great pain. If and when you set them, do so in a way that is kind to yourself and respects the limits of your ability and creativity. Aiming low isn’t necessarily a bad thing; see it instead as simplifying your goals and objectives.
The world isn’t quite a normal place. At least not yet. A rocky few months may breed a new, less chaotic era. As we start to sail back to port, keep on being kind and keep on respecting yourself and what you’re able to achieve.
A very Happy New Year to you all.
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