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Oh, hi there. Welcome to 2015.
A purrrfect way to bring in the New Year.
You should have dishes that accumulate in your sink because you’re too busy being wonderful, or having a wonderful time.
A clean slate, an open road, a blank book with the pages yet to be filled. This year holds the potential for greatness we have yet to see.
The deluge of New Year’s resolution advice on social media and goal-setting topics on television and radio at this time of year can be overwhelming.
So, as you go into 2015 and you resolve yourself to grand plans, remember to ask yourself whether your resolutions are being dictated by shame in yourself or by love for yourself.
As December dwindles into the abyss of 2014, it’s hard not to reflect on the many challenges and glories we’ve had to face, as a species, as small democratic networks, and as individuals.
Kick all of those nasty habits and start some new ones. This is how it works: look at yourself in the mirror and tell yourself that you’ll change completely on New Year’s Day.
It’s supposed to be a day where everything is special, everything is magical…