In a few days we will celebrate the end of 2010 and the start of a new year. It is one of several times throughout the year that I stop to reflect on what has passed and what I want for the days, weeks and months ahead.
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This image is an all-time favorite:
A little boy, who lost one shoe, chasing a seagull on the beach.
I had a great time watching him play – carefree and in the moment.
2010 was a year of change and transition for me, with bittersweet endings, thrilling beginnings and unexpected adventures that playfully pushed my inner-child-out, front and center.
On this late December day I am empowered by the realization that each new dawn brings another chance to make different choices. And that is what I am doing, making different choices – learning to trust that the Universe will support me as I bravely move forward.
My gift to you as 2011 approaches is a mini calendar (PDF download) that I created with a few favorite pictures of the coast of Connecticut, where I have been staying for the last few months working as an apprentice to an artist and planning my year-long apprenticeship project.
From me. To you. Enjoy – and Happy New Year!
I printed my calendar on scalloped edge card stock, fastened the pages with a binder clip and tacked it to the wall. Easy. No Fuss. Low Tech.
Chance to win a custom image from daMuse!
I am taking a few days off to do what I do (see above) but I have one last question for you this year:
What word will you use to set your intention for 2011?
My word is ABUNDANCE…more about that later. Leave a comment. Tell me yours. Really, I want to know.
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When I come back on January 3rd I will choose three people and create a custom image download for each of them using their word – a wonderful reminder all year long to stay focused on their intention. Need some help?
C’mon over to the comments area and tell me…what’s your word for 2011?[/private_archives]