I am not one for resolutions. I rarely make them and even more rarely do I keep them. Thus the
Some people call them "resolutions," some "goals," some just don't call them anything at all. This year I am trying something new, that I shamelessly stole from someone else (Hi Kelee), and I'm calling it "intentions." There is a book called "The Power of Intention" by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer that I have not read yet, but intend to read this year, and writing down said intentions is a great way to keep them in the here and now. With that in mind...here goes:
*my first and most important intention is a very personal and private one and will remain so, except to say that it involves my walk with the Lord.
* I would like to become a more friendly person. Not that I consider myself unfriendly but I know that I can step outside of my comfort zone a little more, especially on days when I feel
* I would like to learn to live with imperfection (not the hubs) and to stop beating myself up for not only my personal imperfections but also my inability to forgive myself.
* I would love to nurture and embrace creativity.
* more...more family time, more travel, more reading, more movie-watching, more time.
* less...drama, worry, stuff. While I am sure it will not keep me from the thrift shop I am trying to purge my home of 'stuff' and live more frugally.
there you have it in a nutshell. The only little problem I see here is that every time I refer to my "intention" all I can think of is the road to hell is paved with good intentions! Happy New Year y'all.