Sunday, January 1, 2017

New Year's Resolutions....I don't do those.

I've never been one to do the whole "New Year's Resolution" thing. It just never really struck me as something that really made sense. If you want to change something in your life, why at the new year? Why not in that moment?

I have read that starting (or breaking) a habit is easier to do at the beginning of the month because it takes 30 days for a habit to form. But statistically, New Year's Resolutions are broken before Spring.

Now I do reflect on the year past, and this year there is a lot of reflecting to do! I was in a very dark place at this point last year. On Dec. 5th 2015 my van was totaled in a hit and skip accident. There was some debate over who the driver was, the drunk guy with no licence, or the distraught girl with no licence. At any rate, it was an ugly ordeal, and it took the great kindness of friends, loyal customers, and a bit of burly magic for me to recover. And today I can say that I finally feel as if I am making some ground with getting back to where I was before the accident.

This year was full of busting tail and figuring things out. With the blessing of a new (to me) PT Cruiser there's been a bit of a learning curve on how to be able to work a show, and more importantly how to work an outdoor show! There is a huge difference between the mini van and the cruiser, but she's a good little car, and she has great potential.

While I've come a long way from where I was a year ago, I'm still a leap away from where I want to be. This year will be another year of shaking my tail feathers to make every step forward that I possibly can. I see my dreams, I set my goals, and I'll get there.

In the mean time, I'll keep chugging, and I'll call on all of you to share my work with everyone you know. Share/Retweet/Post when you see something you love. Share my cards when some one is looking for a seamstress. Follow my blogs/Facebook page and group and other social media. And comment where you feel called to. And if you have a fancy for something fancy, remember me. ;)

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