Starting In December Gives You A Headstart

I’m pretty sure you have made a few New Years Resolutions in your life. We all have! January 1 is when the fiscal year starts over and that’s when people start all sorts of new things in their lives.

It’s a really drastic occasion for some people. For example, a meat eater may want to go vegan for the new year. So December 31, they may find themselves eating every meat that they can for “one last time.”

That is not the way to start something new. Lol. It’s better sometimes to give yourself time to adjust instead of jumping all in right away. Lasting change is easier when you walk into the ocean instead of diving straight into the deep end.

For many of us in the world, it’s winter time right now. It’s cold. While we should always get out and get some sunlight, when it’s cold outside, it is a good time to stay inside and work on projects, family bonds, and reading stuff.

As a matter of fact, I would argue that it’s better to learn new skills in the wintertime. That way when it warms up and humans become more social again, your skills will be sharper and you’ll be more confident in them when you show your friends what you’ve been up to.

This year, many people have been using the last months in 2019 as a time to release old things and move into new energy for the upcoming decade.

Embrace the new decade. 2020 can be “just another year” OR it can be the start of an amazing decade! You get to choose!

Turn your face to the sun and believe that you are growing in a positive direction. That’s what the trees do and we all know that the trees are amazingly strong specimens. Being strong like a tree – it only starts with one seed.

Plant the seed in December.

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