And all the best in the New Year!
PS: If you are in need of some holiday gift ideas/inspiration, check out my new gift list, with something affordable for everyone on your list.
Where has 2015 gone?
For me, it seems like it just flew by, faster than any other year that I remember! Can you relate?
I’ve decided to stop blogging here at Veggies…and also at my poetry blog: My Poetic Path.
I will continue to post reviews on a regular basis at:
There is just not enough time to get it all done it seems, in spite of usually putting in 17+ hours, most days.
I am always on the go and this coming year I want to focus on the many creative projects I have in the works (or in mind) that I get the most joy and satisfaction from. Blogging as we all know, can take up a lot of time, especially with 3 blogs as I’ve had for many years.
I will also be setting up a new blog at some time in the future, focused on my books and writing pursuits. But for now, it’s time to take a break from most blogging to recharge, regroup and redirect my time and energy.
I wish all my readers the best of everything in 2016.
It’s going to be a wonderful year, I just know it! 🙂
Happy New Year
All the Best from Me and Mr. Cheddar
I’m glad the Chedster is holding me up; I’ve never been much of a skater. 😉
PS: I’m catching up on some end-of-the-year projects right now so won’t be blogging much until the New Year.
Wishing you a magical holiday season and all the good things in 2015. 🙂
What a perfect time of year this is, for reflection and quiet contemplation.
To look forward and also, to celebrate what we have achieved in the past year.
And to focus on what we hope to achieve, improve and change in the New Year.
A fresh palette awaits! 😉
And then there are New Year’s resolutions…what do you think?
Are they a good or bad idea?
According to a poll at Forbes Magazine (click to read post) less than 10% of people that make resolutions, actually keep them for the full year. Most are forgotten by the end of January. 😦
But this article does have some good tips how to actually succeed at keeping resolutions throughout the year and making some positive changes that actually last and that improve our lives in the long-run significantly.
Two of many suggestions: Keep it simple and specific.
I’m only making one resolution this year but for me, it’s a biggie.
No, it’s not about losing weight or giving up smoking; those two seem to be at the top of so many resolution lists. I’m actually quite happy with my weight right now, although more exercise is on the agenda for the new year. And I LOATHE smoking so that’s something I’ve never had to try to give up.
My resolution for 2014:
To stop dwelling on regrets or “beating myself up” about mistakes I’ve made in the past. It serves no purpose and generates a lot of bad energy in the present.
Some of those “mistakes” and regrets I now realize were the best decisions I could have made at the time, all things considered. And the ones that could have been smarter or thought out more…well, they were made, they can’t be changed now, so why make myself miserable thinking about what might have been a better road to take, at that time.
I’m really going to try to stop this self-defeating “what -if” kind of mind-speak, once and for all, this year. Wish me luck!
What resolution(s) have you made for 2014? Do share.
I hope you reach and savor all your new goals, whatever they are.
Wishing You All:
A Happy and Healthy 2014!
May it be the best year ever, for all of us! 🙂
May this new year/direction/path lead to all your heart’s desires….
Wow, isn’t that an amazing number: 2-0-1-1 ?
I still remember when I thought I’d be soooooo old in the year 2000. What perceptions we have as children eh?
Anyhoo….here’s to a wonderful, productive and prosperous new year.
I’ll be back soon with a review of a very interesting new product. Actually, it’s Mr. Cheddar who is giving it a try out. 😉 And another diet update (it’s all good)! And some of my plans/goals for 2011.
In the meantime, raise a glass of cheer and be safe and happy tonight. 🙂