Tuesday, December 30, 2008

New Year's Resolutions

HAPPY NEW YEAR'S

I love this week between Christmas and New Year's. I feel like I am finally breathing again! It has been a crazy couple of weeks with getting all my Christmas stuff done and getting everything done for my clients in time for their holidays. I feel like I did not take a breath of air for the past month.
The first 2 days after Christmas I think I was comatosed My husband was getting worried that I was not talking a mile a minute (oh -I love caffeine in the morning) when he finally woke up ( 2-hours after me ...Yes I am a crazy morning person). I was just kind of sitting there watching my son play with all his new toys. (not that, that is bad- just unlike me). I think I stayed in my pajama's the majorityof the day. I did not feel human till I went for a run later in the afternoon. New Year's Resolution #1 start preparing for Christmas season in July.

On top of being comatose computer crashed the day after Christmas. That was a very weird sensation of not being connected. I think it took me a full 2 days to get used to it. I actually kind of liked it after I got used to it.I really seemed to have more time for other things. New Year's resolution #2 stop being on the computer so much.

I am back and feeling good and rested I finally started going through my home office and organizing all the items that I kept stacking for the past couple of months. I think I am starting a bit earlier then the New Year's to Organize. The Tree is down. The Christmas decorations put away till next year. Boy do I feel refreshed with that done! I can't wait till 2009! New Year's resolution #3 try to stay more organized.

For 2009 I have lots of things that I am working on in my head. I am excited to start implementing them. I heard on the radio that Martha Stewart said that she expects this next year to be her best year ever. She claims that people will staying home more and looking for things to do and projects to work on. I looked on-line and could not find this statement from her to back up what I heard, but I share her thoughts. I think 2009 will be great -I believe that people will be working on their homes. I think people have slowed there spending but this is good. You spend more time on figuring out what you really need and what is important. It is so easy to do small things that have a big impact. I will follow up more on this with other blogs. New Year's resolution #4 Blog more.

I hope that everyone has a wonderful and relaxing New Year's

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