Welcome 2023

To get the most out of the new year, practice being grateful, and go for a walk with loved ones. Pexels

Happy (almost) New Year! What will 2023 bring for you? Time seems to go so fast, especially as we get older. I remember having this conversation with one of my grandpas when I was in my early thirties and he said, “How do you think I feel? You just wait…” Well, he was right. The older I get, the faster time seems to go. Third grade seemed to last forever, but 2022 is gone in a flash. So, how do we enjoy the moments we have without feeling like life is just passing us by?

— Develop a gratitude attitude. Human beings seem to have a bias toward negativity. Practice finding the good in every day. I have a sign in my office that says “Every day may not be good, but there is good in every day.” Take a moment — maybe before you go to sleep, maybe when you first wake up, or maybe when you are eating dinner with your family to say what was good in your day.

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