Happy New Year! I hope 2015 turns out to be a great one for you all.
‟A new year, a new you!” We hear it every year at this time.
Truthfully, I don’t like the phrase. I’d like to suggest instead: ‟A new day, a new you!”
Why must we wait until the beginning of a new year to work on becoming a better person (lose weight, save more money, be happy, etc.)? Every morning we atre gifted with a ‟blank slate” consisting of 24 hours. Hours that we have to do, create, or act in any way we want to. Many of us sit back and let these hours slide by without notice. Why not start being more intentional in how we use them? Imagine the things we could accomplish today, and every day, without waiting for January 1 every year.
Will you join me in replacing the old, tired cliche with this new one? Maybe post it on social media, or in your emails. Let’s start a ‟revolution!”
‟A new day, a new you!”