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Heading Towards the New Year

I am heading back home towards the New Year. Christmas is over and inside I have that slightly strange feeling that still needs tinsel and cheer. I have decided my tree and lights will stay up for six days after twefth night because I have not yet had tome to enjoy them. I am just not ready to let go. This year we did it all. I even got to see my Grandson open his stocking and went with him to see Santa. I got to sing carols outside and I cooked the Chriztmas dinner for family. It has been years since I did that.

Now the New Year is approaching and I am making no resolutions. Let this particular year bring what it will. I will do it my way with no outside pressure. Keeping the tree up is part olf the plan. Actually I do not have resolutions to make but plans to follow. This is the year I will be organised and write more and actually finish all the things I have started. A year of completion. A year of finally getting it done and no procrastinationI am even keeping a lot of things completed. It may work, this resolve to go into the New Year without resolutions and aim for completion instead. You never know.

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cheri wrote on December 29, 2015, 6:46 AM

I am not making any resolutions either. I have stopped believing in them a long time ago.

MegL wrote on December 29, 2015, 9:01 AM

Sounds like a good plan for achieving something. emoticon :grin:

wolfgirl569 wrote on December 29, 2015, 9:42 AM

I never make resolutions, Wish you luck with your plans

CalmGemini wrote on December 30, 2015, 10:51 AM

A very good approach to new year.I too am not making any new year resolutions. Hope you complete all things you start.

DWDavisRSL wrote on December 30, 2015, 11:00 PM

You have a good plan for the New Year.

This year, here in the US, will be an interesting one. It's a Leap Year, the Winter Olympics are this year, and the Presidential election is this year.

Paulie wrote on December 31, 2015, 1:50 AM

Yes, aiming for completion of what you have already started is more important than making new resolutions.

BarbRad wrote on January 1, 2016, 5:57 AM

Good luck with that. Life often has a way of interrupting our plans. I'm not making any resolutions either, but my goal is to learn enough and work hard enough at affiliate marketing to make a lot more than I'm making now. I have friends who made over $50,000 from Amazon in December alone. I'd be happy if I could make $50 a month to replace what I used to earn on other sites. I just got a check from HubPages, but it took me six months to earn it this year.

bestwriter wrote on January 20, 2016, 6:53 PM

That wa a great way to enjoy Christmas. I threw a party for poor kids which I do every Christmas. It went off very well. Had to feed around 110 including some adults.