So the holiday season is this amazing span of 6 weeks from thanksgiving to new year- with Chanukah (Hannukah), Christmas, and Kwanzaa in between.
We're on shopping crazies, sugar cookie binges, and broken records of Christmas songs.
The aroma of Peppermint Mocha lattes fills the room of any cafe you walk into.
We're kind. We're sweet and we slack off. Then January 2nd hits! We're determined to make our resolutions and be on full throttle all over again.
Shouldn't everything be in moderation? Every year I push myself hard from January to Novemeber because I know Decemeber will bring that awesome 10 day work/school break. But why can't i work in a break each month to not be run down when the end comes?
Now I'm not saying this is a resolution of any sort because I have been working on Life balance solutions for quite some time (more to come). But in general, let's ensure we take some of our post-holiday energy and it store it for a rainy day
Make every moment count- don't get me wrong on that.
With my appendectomy two weeks ago, I missed my one 2012 resolution- which was to sky dive.
So maybe in June- when I've used hopefully half of my energy, I'll go and jump out of a plane to gain the necessary adrenaline to recharge. Anyone with me?
Be kind all the time. Smile all the time. Not just during this "holly jolly" season. But at the same time-relax.
"The man who does more than he is paid for will soon be paid for more than he does." ~Napoleon Hill
There's 365 days ahead of you to use up that energy.