New Day’s Eve

“Approach the New Year with resolve to find the opportunities hidden in each new day.”

— Michael Josephson

Is a new year really that much better than a new day?

photo credit: sunface13 via photopin cc

photo credit: sunface13 via photopin cc

For all the pomp and circumstance that surrounds the new year, one might be tempted to conclude that something significant was going to happen on January 1st instead of the significant amount of time we spend laying on the couch recovering.

Maybe it would be better to celebrate the start of each day with the vivacity that we exude on New Year’s Eve. After all, every morning is a chance to … well, live.

If your New Year’s resolve has already dissolved, try getting out of bed tomorrow morning with a New Year’s Eve verve.

But please do it slowly. Your zeal muscle may need a little stretching first.

Today’s gift of time … Cooked breakfast and dinner for the family, and hosted an additional exchange student last night on New Year’s Eve.

About Eric Winger

Our perception of time is key to how we use our time. The most fundamental way to change that perception is to give our time. This opens us up to new opportunities and ideas from which we can build to really make a difference. ... Yes, we *do* have time to make a difference!
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6 Responses to New Day’s Eve

  1. Thank you for this reminder. I need to hear it over and over again, it seems! Happy new year.

  2. So true, Eric. I’m stretching out my zeal as we speak… 😉


  3. YES! Here’s to starting EACH NEW DAY with vivacity and open to the opportunity to live! Happy New Year, Eric!

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