Firstly a very happy new year to you all … can’t believe we are actually in 2015 already.
Normally at this time of year I would be setting myself my usual personal goals of getting fitter, healthier – running more, sleeping more, eating less sugar, drinking less wine, travelling more, taking up yoga, reading more interesting books, spending more quality time with the children and my loved ones – I’m sure you all know the drill. The year then usually kicks off with great gusto and progress until I run out of steam about May/June and enter a slow decline leading up to Christmas where I tell myself off and set all the same goals again for the following year. So when my son pointed out to me on New Years Day that my resolutions were exactly the same as last years it started me questioning the logic in it all. What was I actually trying to do? Was I trying to fix or perfect something in my life that would somehow make it better? If that is the case it requires a lot of effort to keep up the momentum. Read More