Today marks the start of the Jewish new year, or more specifically, Rosh Hashanah. (Okay . . . even more specifically, it starts at sundown, but why quibble?)
With new years come new beginnings. And you don’t have to be Jewish to start a new habit or break an old one, so I invite you to join along.
I am guilty of multiple generalized goals, which means that each one moves at a glacial pace and I never fully meet any of them. Need an example? Decluttering my house. Yes, my house is soooo much better than it was ten years ago, but there always seem to be hidden pockets of cluttery crap that
mock my very existence sit untouched.
But a new year is a chance for a new beginning, so I am going to make one, just one resolution, which is to declutter my house from attic to basement by December 31st. A shorter deadline than a full year to keep the pressure on. Three months, which is reasonable, and not too insane.
Just insane enough.
I invite you to join me in making a new year’s resolution, even if you’re not Jewish. Because when it is ever a bad idea to set a goal?
Shanah Tovah! (happy new year) to one and all, and may your new year be filled with peace, sweetness and good health!
“Use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without.”
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