End of Year Reflection

 
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Greetings to all!

December is a great month for reflection. 

The main insight I came away with this year, is that in order to open new doors and embark on exciting new ventures, we must be wiling to let go of what no longer serves us.  To do that however, we need to be clear about what we want to usher into our lives.

Reflecting back on 2018, I noticed a restless energy emerging in January.  I had so many plans and projects I wanted to dive into but distractions kept getting in the way.  It felt like I was juggling too many balls, trying to fit it all in.  So I decided to set some time aside to consider where my priorities lay and what I truly wanted to do.  I asked myself what is the one thing that makes my heart sing?  Once I received a clear answer, I took a bold leap.  I decided to take five months off work and put all my energy into what lights up my soul - painting! 

It has paid off in a myriad of unexpected ways.  So watch this space - exciting new offerings are coming your way in the New Year!

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December can be busy and somewhat stressful.  We tend to get swept into the festive buzz and if we are not mindful, may find ourselves overstretched, struggling to complete tasks before the end of the year. 

For the second half of December, slow down and take stock of 2018.  What is the one decision you made or one action you took this year that was a game changer for you?  How do you want to feel in the New Year?  Where do you want to put your time and energy?  What do you choose to focus on?  In essence, what would you really love to do?  We all have 24 hours in a day.  How we choose to use them is entirely up to us.  Start by setting a clear intention for yourself.  Then choose 2-3 projects that you would love to work on in 2019.  Make space for them in your calendars so they become your priority and you see them through to conclusion.

I would love to hear how it all goes for you.  Wishing you all a very festive season.  Merry Christmas and see you all in the New Year!

Sara xo

Quote of the month

“Every journey begins with the first step of articulating the intention, and then becoming the intention.” 

(Bryant McGill)