Just wanted to send a quick note to wish you all a very happy new year, and to share a couple of rituals I find comforting this time of year. My new year’s celebrations are simple and consistent – basically: reflect, set intention, eat. Since I’ve written about these before, this year, I’ll give you the highlights in link form:
My all-time favorite reflection/intention exercise comes from Andrea Scher – this year, she put it into a really sweet video message.
You can find some other helpful tools in my January 1 post from last year.
And if you’d rather work together in person to set a strong foundation for the new year, have I got the retreat for you (this Saturday!).
Oh! And let’s not forget the food! Do you do cabbage and black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day? This is a tradition that my midwest relatives find baffling, but let me tell you, the biggest display at the front of my Randall’s grocery store today was a bunch of cabbages and black-eyed peas. Peas for good luck, cabbage for prosperity. Can’t hurt, right? I laid out my favorite recipes last January in this post.
I hope you all have a wonderful and safe holiday. Here’s to a happy, healthy 2013!