Health not only includes a balance of the physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, and social, but also a sense of self-awareness and a healthy dose of critical thinking.
I don't make New Year's resolutions but this year a friend prompted my to choose a single word - a powerful word I could use to inspire myself with in 2011. In the New Year I plan to unleash my creativity and so I have found my power word.As far as the seasonal hype goes my husband and I aren't Christians and we dropped out of the costumer driven society decades ago. This season is for spending one on one time with close friends and family and that's what we do.Love and peace,TiTi
Hey, Real Life Health, I just want to thank you for the words of kindness on my blog. I appreciate the support, and I've added your blog to my blog roll. I'm psyched about 2011 as I have many goals I want to accomplish. I hope to finally find a small house that I can afford, bump up my presence at work and nurture my side freelance writing more...and I hope to finally stop feeling the need to be judgmental of others. I'll be celebrating Christmas with family tomorrow, and New Year's Day with my friends. Happy holidays!
Hi Timethief and Pam@GoRetro!Thank you very much for your comments. Pam, you are welcome...I read your blog and got wellies because it was like reading my own writing. I completely empathize with what you said and have a ton of female friends (over 40) in the same place. Your resolutions sound very exciting and I wish you the very best in pursuing them.Timethief, it has been amazing getting to know you through your comments and writing (you pose some very thoughtful questions). I wish you the very best in 2011 and look forward to reading more from you.Thanks again for taking the time to comment....Kathi
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