STATEMENT: With the dawning of another traditional festive gala jubilee on the mystical date of February 2, 2015, the life-giving organ in my being coaxes my person to articulate jargon that in bygone days I was ill-equipped to utter. But alas, my being fills with vigor and ferocity and with such emotions emanating from my own frame, I am compelled to raise my voice and insist that my vocal chords agree with my urging to assert to you that if your body possesses passion of subjects far and wide, common or ethereal, lowly or elevated and this passion begs for words to be conveyed to the masses and to your utter shame your unique talent has not found expression with quill and paper, then you my friend are to be accused for not blessing the masses with what your passion is. Either hurriedly begin your chosen quest or……..
TRANSLATION: With Groundhog Day coming I want to say sincerely that you’ve been waiting and talking about writing that story, novel or poem for so long. It’s 2015. What are you waiting for? You have a unique gift that only you can express and others may benefit from. So, instead of wishing and hoping and continuing to get ready to do it – HOP TO IT! If you don’t then all I have to say to you is…..
TALK TO THE HAND!
HAPPY GROUNDHOG DAY!!
Lets be honest, a new year’s resolution is nothing if one never starts to make the resolution a reality. People are always talking about what they are going to do. I was like that myself more than one time in my life. However, I came up with a sure fire way to make any resolution goal a reality. What do you think?
MAKE REALISTIC GOALS!
Yeah, I know that you’ve heard that before, but have you tried to make your resolution realistic? Ex. Instead of saying, “I’m going to walk three miles every day, say something like I am going to begin by walking 15 minutes three times a week. This is especially good for people who are just beginning to walk.
Do this – plan to lose so much weight per quarter instead of 10 pounds every month
Eliminate one or two food items and replace with one or two healthier ones – Green tea will gradually aid in taking away the taste for the soda pop. I know, I drank green tea and water for eight weeks and I slowly lost the taste for soda pop. I haven’t had any in five years.
Add at least eight (8) more ounces of water to your regimen daily – that just one glass more a day.
Oh yes, that book you have been talking about writing for the last six years, start by committing to one chapter a month. It will take shape before you know it and then you can send it to It’s Worth Editing to get it ready for your publisher. IT’S THE NEW YEAR – RESOLVE TO GET IT DONE!