“One never notices what has been done,” Marie Curie once wrote in a letter to her brother (after receiving her second graduate degree): “”one can only see what remains to be done.” Sounds like me and the way I thought last year. 2014 was so busy, so much passed in a blur, so much deserved a quiet moment of recognition. A nod, a tip of a hat, a wink. But life was too busy happening for me to do that. It was a weird year, but it was a good year. I didn’t get to all of my intentions, but I got a lot done. And I am glad for that. But here we are – on the doormat of a new year and I want to reset. So here are my three resolutions (this time, not intentions) for 2015
Notice what has been done. Take a moment every day to acknowledge the journey from wake to sleep. Live in the present.
Every day – a small celebration of my healthy body.
More professional mani- and pedicures.
Grooming is all.
May your year be full of small victories and large cocktails.