Year End Review – part five, last one

This is the last installment of my 2010 review, seeing as how it’s actually 2011 now.  Started off the year, as I usually do when I’m in the country – volunteering at the annual Bissell Center’s New Year’s dinner.  Rob came with me, as he’s done since we’ve been together.  He’s the only man who’s […]

Year End Review – part four

Next chapter in the 2010 review . . . December 22 – Travel How did you travel in 2010? How and/or where would you like to travel next year?  (Author: Tara Hunt) {Future Tool: New Year’s Goal Questions for No-Goals Creatives from Jeffrey Davis. For the next 10 days as you round out your year, we’ll […]

Year End Review – part three

Here we go again, continuing where I left off – are you following along with me on December 16 – Friendship. How has a friend changed you or your perspective on the world this year? Was this change gradual, or a sudden burst?  (Author: Martha Mihalick) My best friend Nazima has snapped me out […]

Year End Review – part two

Hope everyone had a great xmas day and relaxed today and let the turkey and sweets digest.  I know we did!   Time to continue on our journey of reviewing 2010, ready?   Here we go . . . December 8 – Beautifully Different. Think about what makes you different and what you do that […]

Year end review – how was your 2010?

As 2010 draws to a close I have decided to do some personal inventory. Look back over 2010 and see what worked and what didn’t and make some goals and plans for what I want 2011 to look like. It is a proven fact that those people who actually have written goals are FAR more […]


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