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24. Happy New Year

“With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.”
… Eleanor Roosevelt

New Year New Beginnings by Susie P

This is the best time of year to reflect on what’s been going on and what you would like to do differently.

A time for reflection, for change, for making plans.  

It can be a very dynamic time with shifts and changes going on.  

It feels like there is a lot of change and things are moving at high speed that can feel quite overwhelming.

Discarding old things that are no longer wanted, lightening the load.  

It’s a great time of year to get out a note pad and start writing down or drawing what your dreams are – without holding back – and getting clear about what you really want in the year ahead.  

With this as a starting point, taking a few steps towards the road to a new direction.

So at this turn of year, I wish everyone a wonderful, peaceful, harmonious and gorgeous year ahead.

May your dreams unfold and may life glide smoothly.

HAPPY NEW YEAR to one and all.

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