Hooray for 2017! A new year has begun and I can’t hardly wait to make this the best year yet with new home and garden ideas, vintage finds, and hints for entertaining. With the holidays coming to an end, it is time to start thinking about our aspirations for the New Year and living up to any resolutions we have put into place.
In an effort to get my new website out there and attract more followers I have started a blog challenge that begins today and runs the course of the month. It WILL be a challenge. Finding the time to keep up with blog posts gets difficult when there are so many things to check off the list each day, but I am going to make an attempt. Feel free to give feedback and join the challenge by following along with me. Any ideas on topics or answers to any questions you might have regarding antiques, collectibles, or home decor would be much appreciated. My goal is to provide an entertaining and informative blog that adds something to your life.
Remember to pace yourself with your own resolutions. Changes are always more successful when you ease into them gradually always knowing when to cut yourself some slack. Whether your goal is to lose weight this year, pay off debt, or find a significant other, remember slow and steady wins the race. These are all tips I will have to keep in mind as I tackle the very first challenge of the year in bringing you new and creative posts. Feel free to share and send ideas! Happy New Year!
Wishing the best on your goals. It really is all about perseverance. Too many of us give up after one set back. “I ate that cookie. My diet is completely blown forever!” syndrome.
Slow and steady does win the race…I’m always the jackrabbit trying to forge through the marathon and losing steam! Thanks for the inspiration!
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January 05, 2017
What a wonderful time of year that allows us all to hit the refresh button! The beauty of life is that we can keep reinventing ourselves again and again using a special mix of patience, gratitude, and love.