As the holidays come to a slow, new year resolutions pick up. After a couple of months that are dedicated to giving, now it is time for some selfishness. Of course this selfishness must happen in a positive way. Maybe you don’t believe in the “new year, new you” hoopla and have tried and failed to achieve many resolutions in the past. Think of it more as a reminder that there is always time for change. Anything you did in 2014 that you aren’t proud of is now in the past. Anything you did in 2014 that you are proud of is clinging on to you in hopes of carrying on over to the new year.
Let 2015 be a clean slate, a fork in the road, a turning point for you. If you’ve been meaning to take that leap of faith, do it. If you keep telling yourself you’ll start that one thing tomorrow, do it today. Hate your job? Get a new one! Can’t land a job? Find help. You have about one more week to contemplate what it is that has been holding you back. We wish you luck and are always here to help.