I hope all you wonderful people are having a fabulous holiday season! I know I am. I’m still enjoying all the delicious Christmas cookies my mom baked and our decorations are definitely still up! I just love this time of year. Yes, even with the snow… it is Iowa after all. 🙂
I want to thank you for all of your support while I embark on this whole, new-to-me, blog thing. It’s been a great experience and I’m so excited to grow and learn about all things being well and balanced with you.
With the New Year coming up, the talk of resolutions is also upon us. I enjoy making resolutions. Unlike the typical resolutions you may think of, I write my resolutions as goals, which I then keep visible throughout the entire year. Usually my “resolutions/goals” include what I want to learn, read, or do the next year. Just remember to keep your goals SMART: specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timely.
What do you hope to learn, read, and/or do in 2016?
What do you want to learn from Being Well and Balanced?
Also, while you’re getting ready for your New Year’s Eve celebrations and looking at pictures from all the Christmas parties, just remember what good ol’ Abraham Lincoln said:
“There are no bad pictures, that’s just how your face looks sometimes.”
Happy New Year!
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Here is to a new year, filled with positive growth, and accomplished goals.