On this first day of the new year remember: life is short. I don’t say that to be a downer. What I mean is, be alive every moment and live intentionally as much as you can. A lot of what we do everyday is necessary maintenance. We have to work, do the laundry, etc. The rest of the time we get to choose what we do.
Does that make you feel pressured to hurry up and accomplish or experience more? Or does it make you feel like you should relax and watch more Hallmark moves? Does it change your plans in any way at all?
Since I live in the desert I don’t get to build a snowman very often. Doing it is always fun, though, and it’s a perfect example of living in the moment. By it’s very nature, it won’t last, but there’s no one who’s done it who’d argue it isn’t “worth” doing. Sandcastles are the same. And sidewalk paintings. Mandalas drawn with sand. Obviously, for a lot of people, permanence isn’t necessary to make something worth doing.
What do you think? How do you measure what is “worth doing?”
3 responses to “Happy New Year!”
I really enjoyed your vinlander saga books. They were a captivating mix of romance, magic and fantasy. thanks for putting them on amazon kindle unlimited. I cannot afford to buy many books anymore so that really helps my budget.
Thanks, Susan! I’m so glad you enjoyed them. Hearing that is music to my ears. I hope to have another full length book in that series done next year. In the meantime, I’m working on the Celestial Affairs series and a Vinlanders novella. All will be in Kindle Unlimited.
Thanks for taking the time to drop me a note. I’m glad you enjoyed the books! I’m working on a new novella set in the Vinlanders’ Saga world. I’m not sure when it will be released (I still have to do the revisions and edits) but I’ll announce it here when it’s available.
Thanks for reading!