Amid the confetti and streamers of New Year’s Eve come 2013’s resolutions. While the dark, wet Northwest winter suggests a slower, quieter pace, this year’s self-improvement quest will be in high gear this week.
Despite the cynicism associated with New Year’s resolutions, this inclination is healthy. It expresses the human need to move beyond one’s self—to grow and develop in new ways. Now is a good time to take stock and establish goals for the coming year.
I like to look over the last year and review my successes and failures. I close my eyes and visualize the year, as if... Read More