Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Until 2017...

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Here's to soaking in the last bits of 2016. As we creep up to the end of the month, the end of a topsy turvy year, I'm feeling quiet and thoughtful. Thinking about what I could have done differently, what I did right, what I did well, what I need to work on.

Later today I'm going to sit down with cup of tea and Susannah Conway's Unravel Your Year workbook as I have the past few years. If you haven't worked through her previous years workbooks, I highly recommend giving it a shot. There are questions you won't want to answer, but if you dive in you'll find yourself liberated in some ways, and learn so much about yourself and the way you spent this last year. It's a gentle activity curated to help you move forward and into the coming year with knowledge, intention, and a sense of possibility.

The best part? It's free!
Consider the time you'll spend on these pages a gift to yourself.

On this shortest day of the year, the darkest before we start turning towards the light again, I want to extend you warmth, happiness, and much love. Happy Holidays to you and yours. May your holidays be full of love, laughter, and peace.

Until 2017... xoxo

4 comments:

  1. Hi Corinne, so yesterday,on the shortest day, I didn't want to go for a walk in the cold and wind but I went anyway. I went up to the graveyard to see my friend Rose who passed this year and tell her how I was getting on. 'And how are you?' I asked. She was still dead. But I got the sense that she had something to say... That I shouldn't be speaking to a dead woman who lived a full, good, and useful life, but should be speaking to the living, and living myself. I'm going to try to engage more in 2017 and give less time to the things I cannot change. All the best for the festive season 💚

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  2. Hi Corinne, so yesterday,on the shortest day, I didn't want to go for a walk in the cold and wind but I went anyway. I went up to the graveyard to see my friend Rose who passed this year and tell her how I was getting on. 'And how are you?' I asked. She was still dead. But I got the sense that she had something to say... That I shouldn't be speaking to a dead woman who lived a full, good, and useful life, but should be speaking to the living, and living myself. I'm going to try to engage more in 2017 and give less time to the things I cannot change. All the best for the festive season 💚

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  3. Love that you're back to blogging! :)

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  4. I just subscribed to Susannah's workbook, I have signed up in previous years but you nailed it...I find myself avoiding some of the questions! This year I pledge to answer every last one. Have a lovely holiday, Corinne, I am so glad you are blogging regularly again! xx

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