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3 Reasons Why You Should Embrace the New Year

Be bold, be brave, try something you've never attempted and see what awaits.    

There's little more inspiring than possibilities. Every new day, new month, and new year brings opportunities to explore the unexplored. Be bold, be brave, try something you've never attempted and see what awaits.    


Your dreams and wishes may come true. We all have a list of wants, hopes, dreams, and wishes tucked away. We don't expect them to all come true but we hope for it. A new year doesn't wipe away the past, but by embracing positive energy and putting wishes into hard work, a new year can bring unexpected joys, surprises, and rewards.


You never know when it will be your last. This one is a bit morbid if taken in the wrong light, but I've lost enough in my life to know that every year, every birthday, every holiday, matters. There's a reason the old cliche, "Live every day like it's your last," still rings true. Don't be afraid of making resolutions and setting goals. It's important to have aspirations, and if starting off the new year with a promise to be kinder, get in shape, or learn a new language helps you, then do it. Embrace the new year, and embrace the everyday.


Wishing you all a blessed and inspired 2018!


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MK McClintock writes stories for those who enjoy escaping to another time and place, where their imaginations are free and open to simple pleasures and stories with plenty of happy-ever-afters—at least for the good guys. Villains get a different kind of ending.

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