New Year – put your intentions into action
How was your festive time – did you manage to get your masterplan to work for you? Hopefully my tips for a calm Christmas helped you to have a more relaxed break. Now it’s time to think about what you would like to achieve in 2015. Do you remember the headings I suggested from last year – Friends & Family, Relationships, Health & Fitness, Travel, Education & Self-Development, Spiritual, Finance, House & Home.
Touching on the first heading – how many of us wrote in Christmas cards ‘must catch up in the new year’? I certainly did and it my intention to telephone those family and friends by the end of the second week of January and make a date to meet up. So often we have great intentions and then life takes over, we feel our diaries are sufficiently full that we just don’t have time to go and see people – even if it’s just for a cuppa.
Perhaps in House & Home you have an area that needs attention. Here is one client’s experience: “The bookshelves were overflowing and the walk-in cupboard was anything but walk in… As a busy freelance writer (and parent) I had ignored the chaos in my study for far too long. It was time to get help. Enter Louise England! Over several hours, Louise cheerfully and skilfully helped to restore order. Together we went through books and papers, turned out drawers and banished cobwebs. Louise helped decide what to keep and what to bin. She took things for shredding and charity, and organised the removal of a van load of recycling. I would highly recommend Louise to anyone who has an overwhelming task that they’ve been putting off. Her assistance turned a task I’d been dreading into a pleasure.”
Make 2015 your year to act on your intentions.