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Happy 2013!

January 1st, Oh how I've longed for you!
This beautiful white month started out blessing us with sunshine & a blue sky with clouds drifting by. Simply lovely!


These are my New Year's Resolutions:
Accountability is vital for it to be followed through... So I've decided to write my resolutions here. :)
1 I've decided to be insanely organized, stick to my budget & plan almost everything ahead this year... But at the same time I need to be able to continuously flow with the seasonal cycle, cause my spirituality depends on it.
2 Put down roots somewhere.
3 We will be going on more vacations this year, to broaden our horizons.
4 Hopefully I'll be able to put my guard down & expand my social circle.
5 Healthy living... With a varied diet & Nurturing my inner child aka Having more fun, Believing in - & Loving myself, Breaking a sweat on a regular basis & maintain a mental wellness.
6 I also vow to do more of the things I love... If that means I put on my diamond rings & fancy dress on a Wednesday with no place to go, so be it! If I crave red velvet cake & there's no special occasion, I'll drag my friends out to share a slice & make it a special occasion. I'll use my special china every freakin' week, cause we are worth the extra effort, luxury & time. 
7 This is the year I'll be more productive... Read more books, acquire a wealth of knowledge & let the creativity overflow... I just need to be part of that everlasting cycle of prosperity.
8 Last, but not least... I'll do something nice for others as often as I can. Don't get me wrong, if you're a toxic piece of s**t I'm out of the equation...& I won't give a cent to charity. But food, my time, clothes & conversations are things I definitely will contribute with in the year ahead.

Now I'm going out to enjoy the last rays of sunshine this day has to offer. :)


Wishing you all the best year ever!


Lotsa love from Linn

"We will open the book.  Its pages are blank.  We are going to put words on them ourselves.  The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year's Day."  ~Edith Lovejoy Pierce.

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