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Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Happy NEW Year!!

Wow 2011 is OVA!

Where did the time go?

First, I hope you all can accept my apology for not posting during the Christmas holiday, I had to take time away from my computer and get my mind right for 2012.

Now that we have that out of the way...I feel compelled to take the time out and share a few words. First, I hope you all can reflect on the hap'nins of the months past with joy and appreciation. Regardless of how things played out for you, recognize that you are writing your testimony with each new day you are awake. I don't know about you all, but I'm gonna have one HELL of a testimony!

Regardless of how negative things seem or how positive you wish they were, take note of your surroundings and appreciate them. Telling your loved ones you love them is underrated. Its such a satisfying and fulfilling experience (especially with young children) & I hope you all do it as often as possible.

Whether you're the type to make New Year's Resolutions, I would like to take this time to encourage you to consider making LIFE RESOLUTIONS.

Instead of waiting until January 1 to make a change, get up right now and make that change. You may have one of the common resolutions to lose weight or find ways to make more money or you may have a less traditional resolution. It does not matter. What matters is that you remain steadfast and dedicated to changing your life forever, not just for the sake of fulfilling a resolution you wanted to keep for a year. Whats gonna happen if you lose the weight you wanted to lose in 2012 but gain it back in 2013?

Don't be the person who can recognize something you want to correct in March but decide you will put off correcting it until a new year arrives. While new years are an opportunity for a fresh start, do not limit yourself to one new start per year. You can have a fresh start on July 10 if you decide its necessary.

While you're working on fulfilling your resolutions, don't just focus on aesthetics take the time to address the root of the problem. For instance, if your resolution is to lose weight you may want to brainstorm the causes of your weight gain. Are you an emotional eater? Are you a bored eater? Are you just a greedy person? Address those things and then you can move on and continue to rectify other things you decide to work on.

Finally, don't just focus on 2012! Position yourself so that you're not making the same resolutions in 2020. If you want to resolve a problem in your life by the end of 2012, DO THAT. Give yourself realistic deadlines and checkpoints to make sure you stay on track.

From me and my family to you and your loved ones, I want to wish you all a happy new year!! If the way I ended 2011 is any indication of how fantastic 2012 will be, I'm going to need a stronger footing with which to brace myself!

Peace and Love =)

P.S. You all may notice that for the first 8-10 weeks of 2012, I won't be posting as much (if at all). The reason for this is not that I don't enjoy blogging, I will instead be studying for the Florida Bar Exam. Considering the intense nature of preparation, I won't have the time to post as much as I would like to. I want you all to know I will be thinking of posting and I look forward to returning to my life as a blogger around March 5. If you all believe in the power of prayer for positive outcomes, do me a solid and send one above for me. If you're one of the people reading my blog to be nosey, keep it cute and put it on mute. This post is not for you.

For my fellow bar, medical board and "other" test takers, join me as we make these tests OUR Bish! See ya March 1!

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