Thursday, December 12, 2013

It's December, Bitches!!!

That's right! We're 12 days in actually, but yesterday makes a year since I started making blog posts. I'm so thankful for this year, amazing things have happened. God is great! Personal development takes so much work, so much thought, so much understanding. I'm trying to get my shit together for the New Year. I have many resolutions, and things to accomplish. I've been refraining from making too many posts lately since I've been busy and don't have enough time to be thoughtful about it. I also haven't shared anything lately because I'm on to something new about health. There's a lot I'm experimenting with and would like to share my results when I have a definitive conclusion which will come with sources too of course. I just celebrated another birthday and I feel fabulous. Sure there are still things I struggle with, but I'm not letting it take over my life. I will be going to NYC for the holidays, so it's going to be an eventful month!

I've learned a lot by observance this year. The quieter you are the more you can hear, the more you can hear the more clarity you can gain. So what do I have planned for 2014? WORK that's what. Work on myself, my family's health on this journey through GMOs and organic living, reading more novels than I've read this year, start a garden, more blogging and insightful posts, more praying especially. We've resolved to no more birthday parties for the girls just keeping it low key. What I'd like to do more than anything is to to work on a worthy cause. I'm content I can't ask for anything more. I look forward to each day watching my kids grow up. I don't have time for anything that doesn't make me happy or help me lead a positive life.

What are you looking forward to in the New Year? What will you do differently? How will you continue to grow? I saw this today and I think everyone should take a moment to check this woman out, she explains how you can add 10 years to your life and prevent the top 5 regrets from the dying. She was on the brink of suicide and used games as a technique to pull herself out from a serious depression. It's highly informative, yes a little long but you won't regret watching it. I don't share anything that doesn't allow viewers to walk away with something meaningful. Watch it, rate it the comment box below, and share it!