Happy New Year’s Day!

Happy 2017

I spent the day cleaning yesterday.

Super exciting, right?! Woohoo! Really living it up over here, lol

Yeah, did a deep-clean of my entire house. Not that it ever gets really dirty because I’m a super organized neat freak.

But it felt good to do a deep dive, especially at this time of year.

It feels cleansing, like preparation, a setting of the stage, a clean slate, for everything I want to accomplish moving forward in the new year.

Bring it, 2017!

This morning, I briefly entertained the idea of inaugurating the new year with a good long bike trek, but it’s freaking cold out there!

I did attend our little beach community’s annual New Year’s Day Polar Bear Plunge. (Check out the video)

A neighbor joked, “What about the sign that says NO JUMPING FROM THE PIER?!?!” And then added, “Totally kidding, but remember: life needs some wiggle room every now and then.”

These sound like wise words indeed.

May your business allow for lots of wiggle room for life this year!

Happy New Year!

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6 Responses

  1. Thank you and I wish you the same!

  2. Thanks, Victoria 🙂

  3. Pia Jo Williams says:

    Thank you, Danielle and Happy New Year to you, too! I’ve heard that a cluttered home is a cluttered mind and how is anything accomplished when one’s mind is cluttered, so I’m inspired by your message. Have a great year!

  4. Why, thank you, Pia 🙂

  5. Karen B. says:

    Happy (belated) New Year Danielle! I loved your video of your little beach community! And your total positive and cheerful attitude! Thank you for sharing it with us.

    As for cleaning, mine gets done eventually, still hoping to clean the walls too! Even got a special mop for that, still waiting for it to happen. 🙂

    Thank you for your wisdom and insight and for sharing with us!!

  6. Aw, thanks, Karen 🙂

    Haha on the mopping, lol. Not my favorite thing to do either.

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