New Year, New Blog

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First of the year and my first blog, at age 47, going into my 48th year.  I’ve always written, but always for other people.  This will be for me.  In the meantime, I hope it is insightful, fun and entertaining for you.  At this stage in my life, I have definite ideas about some things, very vague ideas about others.

For example, is it too late in my life to start thinking about what I’d like to do with the rest of my life?  How to really enjoy and love what I do?  Whether I get paid or not for what it is that I do, at this point would be great but might not matter as much as the creation of it… whatever IT may be.

I hope you take the time in 2013 to think about this.  Whether you are 18 or 80, or somewhere in between (like me).  What things in life make it real?  What things do you enjoy, even when you are by yourself and not sharing it with others?  What makes you tick?  And how do you give that back to the world?  Because I believe that is why God truly made us.  To be a part of Him by finding our joy, giving it to the world and really living live, not just existing.  Eyes wide open.  Deep breath.  This could be a brand new year for us all.

2 thoughts on “New Year, New Blog

  1. I sure hope it’s not too late at age 47 to be thinking about what to do with the rest of your life because I’m quite a bit older and am still pondering…. Glad to see you in the blogosphere, I will check in regularly!

    • Thanks Linda! It was sort of a rhetorical question because I know it’s really never to late to find your joy but I feel like I’ve been procrastinating on finding it! Thanks for stopping in.

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