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It is that glorious time of year when (some) people make resolutions about how they are going to change their life’s over the coming year. Often related to fitness, and often failed within the first few months, resolutions and goals are often unattainable.
We all love Christmas but an inevitable side effect is that we end up with even more stuff! From clothes to trivia games to the latest hobby aid it all takes up space. I tried to pre-empt it this year by throwing a few things out over the past week before the big day. Although admittedly when it came to the clothes I only just got around to ditching the excess.
It’s been a while since I have posted and I feel bad about that. I thought I would try something a little different for this post: a look at my week just been.
It’s especially exciting given the time of year we find ourselves in – the run up to Christmas! Always full of festival meetings with family and friends this time of year is one of my favourites – probably not a favourite of my bank account though!
I have never been one for faith. I do not believe in a greater power and I never used to really understand those that did. I shunned the church and its holy books as nothing more than misinterpreted stories and ancient lore. I didn’t pay it much mind at all.
I still do not have a faith. But I do have spirituality now.
We all want to do what we love. For some people that is their career. Their job. For many, however, it is what they do outside of work that brings them the most happiness and enjoyment. I am no exception to this rule. I enjoy my job but I do not love it. I need
I just know I have the potential to do anything if I really, truly, set my mind to it. And guess what? You do too.
It sounds presumptuous. Like my ego must have overflown from my over-sized head filling the entire room with my conceited self-opinion. But it isn’t presumptuous, it is true. Let me tell you why.