Monday, November 30, 2009

Falling into Winter

In the middle of what is considered by many to be the busiest time of year, you may wonder why I've included a picture of a hammock and lounge chairs!

I took this photo to remind you (and myself) to enjoy these last days of fall. Outside my window is a beautiful Japanese maple, covering the ground with a carpet of burnt orange and rust-colored leaves.

Fall is a wonderful time to settle in and get to some of those projects you've been putting off. Here are a couple of ideas to get you started:
  • Don't overfill your schedule. Make sure you allow some time to just sit quietly by yourself instead of rushing off to another activity amidst the busyness.
  • Don't use the holidays as an excuse to stop writing. Even a few minutes a day writing in your journal can be helpful.
  • If you do New Year's resolutions or goal planning for next year, look at what you did accomplish this past year. We tend to focus on what we didn't do instead of what we did.

Take good care and remember to Write Now!


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