Glad THAT'S over!
What do I mean?
Why...Christmas, of course!
And each year I do the exact same thing. I plan on "skating" through it the best way that I can...except that there's always a "trip wire" somewhere...that pesky wire that trips me into a state of sadness and despondency.
You see, unlike most, I don't have a family to spend time with for the holidays. Yes, I have my daughter. You can see her above in the picture opening a gift, shocked that I gave her two pairs of Lululemons. (And if you don't know what they are, that's even better. They're way overpriced yoga pants!)
And then, after opening gifts, she headed off with her dad to spend the day with him. So, it was me, my cats and my dog Sally.
So, if you're someone who struggles with the holidays -- regardless of it being about family (or lack thereof), finances, or any other reason -- I'm with you. I totally get it.
But...there IS a light at the end of the tunnel!
A New Awesome Year is Ahead!
I always look forward to the New Year because it holds such promise for a brand new future. Just think, you'll be able to meet new people, have new experiences, and have a new financial outlook!
What do you think?
What hopes do you have for 2020?
For me, I have a lot of new things coming up. I'm working on a new book which will probably surprise you. (I'll tell you the title and subject matter later on.) I'm expanding my business and training.
And I'll be doing more one-on-one stuff with my students.
In fact, you can check out some of what I have coming up in this video I made for you.
CLICK HERE to see the video now!
In the meantime, I hope you're taking a break, getting a little R & R, and enjoying the day today.
See you at the top!