I’m not one to brag about my life, but I’d love to say I have more Christmas cheer this year than I did last year.
My husband and I celebrated our 40th wedding anniversary this year and I’ve had the opportunity to be a part of my community for almost two years.
I’m so grateful for all the blessings that have come my way in 2017, especially those that were unexpected.
So, what does that mean?
It means I’ve spent a lot of time with loved ones, a lot more time doing work for others, and more time being the person I am.
It means that I’ve been able to enjoy some of the things that are most important to me.
And it means that people are more accepting of what I do and the way I live my life.
As a result, I’ve made some amazing connections with people that are not only my friends, but also people who have made life easier for me and for my family.
This year, I’d like to share with you some of those connections with you that have helped me be happier this year.
The best way to celebrate the new year is with friends, family, and community.
But to be able to take some time away from our busy schedules and to do so with the peace and tranquility that comes with the holidays, it makes sense that you need to take a moment to do something special for your loved ones.
It’s a time to share your blessings and to say goodbye to those you love.
Here are some ways you can make the most of the holiday season this year: The New Year means that we have a new year to celebrate with loved one.
It is also a time for renewal and to reconnect with others who are in the same place as you are.
But it’s also a chance to reconnect to some things that you love and have worked hard to build.
This can mean finding new ways to spend time together, or sharing something special to do with a loved one or friends.
There are so many opportunities to share some time together and find some quiet time with friends and family.
We can also take a break from our schedules to have some fun, especially if you’re not able to go to work or school.
Whether it’s visiting with family, watching a movie, or enjoying some time with family and friends, a little time away for yourself can make a big difference in your life.
I have been blessed to be surrounded by people who are all of different ages, genders, and races, but they all share the same desire to give and share to others.
You can be surrounded in the best possible way.
It can be fun, rewarding, and enriching to get to know people and share some of your love for the other person with a person who will give back to the world.
And you can also find your place in the community by being present and helping others in need.
The more time we have together, the happier and more fulfilled we will all be.
When it comes to finding the time to be alone, it’s important to understand that your happiness comes from the way you respond to the needs and wants of others.
The world isn’t going to always want to be your friend, and your happiness is dependent on how you choose to be there for others.
If you’re feeling lonely, it may be time to consider seeking the companionship of others or at least getting a few of your own in your area.
I know that many people are in a constant state of anxiety, but there is no need to be overwhelmed by anxiety if you are living in a place that has many people who love you and care about you.
The only way to be happy is to be present.
If it’s the best you can do, it will make a difference in the world and you will be happy for the rest of your life and beyond.
The holidays are a time of celebration and gratitude.
But we should also remember that those of us who celebrate them, whether that means taking some time off work or spending time with a friend, are still a part, and part of the world, of the people who make it possible for us to be healthy and happy.
We are a part to those who love us and care for us.
It may be difficult to let go of what we’ve been working so hard to achieve, but the best way is to let it all go and enjoy the gifts and gifts that are right in front of us.
Happy Holidays, Melanie ______________________________________________For more of my posts, visit http://melanievanderbilt.blogspot.com/ and www.melaniebilt.com