It's hard to believe that yet another year has gone by. This time last year, we were packing up boxes to head overseas to spend a few months with family. A year later, we are finally settled back into a home of our own, back in Dee Why. The circle we have come has been huge and a year filled with amazing opportunities and connections made with incredible people.
At this time of year, it's always so good to take some time to reflect on what has happened for you over the past year. Think about what have been your successes and what have been the learnings you made from things that didn't go quite as you planned.
It's important to look at all areas of your life. Think about your career, finances, relationships, health, etc. Of course, you can break these down even further and really break it apart, but how you reflect is up to you. Take some time to write everything down.
For myself, with 4 moves under my belt, raising a gorgeous little boy, (and a big one - my husband), growing our business, working in our business and everything else life hands us... it has certainly been an emotional and wild ride this year.
Most people think we are crazy to do what we did, but it's just the way things worked out. I am so grateful for the year we have had and everything that it has brought us.
In the end, we are stronger; physically from moving LOTS of boxes and furniture, emotionally from coping with the stress of moving 4 times, and as a family unit as we had to pull together and work hard to make everything happen. We also learned how absolutely incredible and supportive our friends, family and clients are. They were there cheering us on and offering a couch to sleep on through all our uncertainty. So many wonderful things have come out of this year for us personally and professionally.
So, make sure you take some time now to write down what has happened for you this year. Then take a moment to write how you can make 2011 even better than 2010. Think of any goals you haven't achieved yet, and see how you can actually bring them to reality.