My first day of 2015 wasn’t awesome. The pudding shots and wine last night were (and certainly the company!), but the hang over has made my usual optimism difficult to find.
We’re about 22 hours into 2015 and I’ve spent a good part of my first day of the new year nursing a hang over and then doing work I needed to do while (binge) watching Marco Polo and Once Upon a Time.
Marco Polo is rather interesting, but graphically violent and therefore can be difficult to watch. Once Upon a Time less violent and if I wasn’t a fan of fairytales, less interesting but I can listen to it and not watch it.
Binge watching Netflix can’t be good for you, can it? Maybe I should limit my binge watching for 2015?
So other than not binge watching Netflix, have any resolutions? I don’t, but I usually don’t. I have some things in mind, specific challenges etc but I haven’t otherwise decided what I want 2015 to look like yet. 2014 was an okay year but I dont know it exemplified Joy, Peace, and Simplicity. In fact I’m certain many days didn’t even hint at any of the three! It had many happy moments and some heart breaking ones tossed in too. The love and laughter was balanced by significant loss and heartache. But thats Life, right?
I know in my heart that in the ways that matter I am infinitely more wealthy than this time last year and this holiday season was a prime example of just how. I don’t think a day went by that I didn’t feel love, laugh with someone, or have a lucky feeling. (Even on the really bad days.) When I say that I’m blessed, I really do feel that I am.
I could probably ramble on for another couple hundred words or so, but I want to try to get to 6:30am yoga tomorrow before work so I I’ll close with this:(is that the right punctuation?) I hope you have had a lovely first day of the new year and that 2015 brings you happy days/nights, love, laughter, health, and good fortune.
Sweet dreams, good night.