You Time: Goodbye to 2010!

Here we are at the end of 2010 and I hope your last week is just what you want it to be.  I’ve been doing my best to heal from a bad cold, so I’ll keep this newsletter brief. 

Even though I’ve been sick, I decided I would do my best to still enjoy the holidays.  I’ve spent time with family and friends (at a distance ), slept a whole lot, found a great new tea (Yogi’s Seven-Berry Antioxidant tea is terrific) and finally introduced myself to the TV sensation, Glee, after receiving the season one DVDs as a gift (thank you, thank you!).  Wow, now I know what all the excitement is about.  I was hooked within the first fifteen minutes of show number one and have already watched five more.  What talent!

This is the time of year when the world quiets down a bit and we get the space to do some of the things we’ve wanted to do.  I hope you give yourself that gift.  Sleep more if your body needs rest, focus your energy on relaxing rather than getting things done, spend time with people who make you laugh, or find your own new source of joy. 

A new beginning is just around the corner, but let’s allow the ending to have its day.  Say goodbye to 2010 by saying hello to “you time.”

See you next year! 

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Cheryl Richardson

Cheryl Richardson is the New York Times bestselling author of several books including, Take Time for Your LifeLife MakeoversStand Up for Your LifeThe Unmistakable Touch of GraceThe Art of Extreme Self Care, You Can Create an Exceptional Life with Louise Hay, and her new book, Waking Up in Winter: In Search of What Really Matters at Midlife.

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