However, this can also be a depressive time of year for some. When we realize that we haven’t done what we wanted to accomplish, or when one of our goals weren’t accomplished, we tend to really get down on ourselves. But this isn’t necessary. You can re-evaluate your goals and see what worked and what didn’t. And then try to do things that are better the next year.
We are on the brink of a new year and a new decade. This is a time for new beginnings and new lessons. It is a time to evaluate our past years, but also to plan our future years with hope and love.
One thing that I accomplished in 2010 that I am very proud of is I wrote an E-book with members of the Children’s Writing Coaching Club. It will be available sometime in January. And when it is, it will be available on this website. So, please visit and look for it.
I hope as this year closes and another one starts in just a few days, that you take some time off to renew yourself and then we can all get back to our writing goals in 2011.
Happy New Year Fellow Writers! May you have your most productive year yet, and don’t forget to smell the roses and flowers. They are only here for put a short time!