Choose. Practice. Realize. Final Months.
As 2012 draws to a close, I am doing one final post in the “12 in 12” series you may have been following with MT Inner Circle. Thank you, Kathy, for allowing me to be a blogger for your community. I have enjoyed your posts all year and I hope I have been able to contribute a blog on the lighter side of life for your readers.
November is traditionally a month to give thanks and this year doing that on a daily basis was a good reminder of what blessings I have in my life, and surely yours too. Hurricane Sandy brought into focus for many of us what is important, how a community can help others in needs great and small, and how loss comes in many shapes and forms. Putting things into perspective on a daily basis is a good way to live as every little nuisance does not need to overwhelm, every little problem does not need to take over our emotions.
In December I focused on bringing added value to each day, putting into practice some of the past year’s “12 in 12” actions and what I have learned in the process: Just 15 minutes a day, every day, to work towards a goal is achievable. Accountability helps. Small goals may lead to larger dreams. The perceived value of the goal influences its success. Not achieving a goal has its own hidden message. Goals are really stepping stones to a life one envisions. That last one is the most important, if you ask me.
Here is a look back at 2012, “2012: What Brought Us Together.” Happy New Year!
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