These days—maybe it’s got something to do with growing older—something within me is slowly shifting focus away from what was and what will be to what is. In short, I am learning to be thankful for the now.
What would happen if I loved everything in my closet? What if when I put on something from my wardrobe I felt good in it? What if I wasn’t spending so much time each morning searching through a closet full of clothes to find just the right outfit? What if dressing could be peaceful and simple?
Can we talk about the Seattle Seahawks' electrifying, come-from-behind win against the Green Bay Packers yesterday to clinch the 2014 NFC Championship and a trip to Super Bowl 49?
There are lots of things I want to do differently in 2015: lose weight, exercise more, procrastinate less. You know, the usual. But the most important thing I want to do differently in 2015 is to live my life without fear of failure.
2014 represented, for me, a leap forward in my understanding of myself and my place in the world so at the end of November, I started documenting all of the most important lessons I'd learned during the year.