Tag Archives: New Year goals

It’s been a while….

But I’m back now. The space between Christmas and New Year always feels like the right time to reflect on what’s gone before, and think about what might come next. What’s gone before has for every one of us been … Continue reading

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2021: how to get through it?

Continuing to count my blessings. Last year I chose as my ‘theme’ word enough How very appropriate that turned out to be. I found I did indeed have enough of everything, and much more than many. I’ll get round to … Continue reading

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Making this year’s diary: do what you can with what you have

Even though I do lots of my planning online, including a share online appointments diary with Malcolm, I always love to have and use a paper diary for the year.  I use it for making lists (to do lists, lists … Continue reading

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New Year 2019

And so another year has ended and a new one begins.  I confess that, while on a personal level 2019 holds good promise, the bigger picture seems to me to promise many worrying and difficult things.  It comes to something … Continue reading

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