2020 Is YOUR Year!

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Sending you New Year’s wishes!

Let me begin by wishing you and your loved ones the happiest of New Years! Thank you so much for supporting me and my blog, and for giving me a place to share my teaching and personal journey.

I couldn’t be happier to be writing to you! Interacting with each of you is something that I truly love and that really brings me joy from deep within.

I hope that your year is off to a positive start. I am happy to be in this new year. New Year’s wishes are much sweeter for me this year. I have to admit, that I am feeling more stable as I enter this year. Usually, I find myself in a state of somberness that takes me a month or so to shake off. Valentine’s Day seems to be about the time that I begin to feel like myself again. What about you? Does the new year set your emotions off in an off-keel way?

The Year of Vision

What do I feel in my soul? Two Thousand Twenty is going to be E-P-I-C! I have heard that 2020 is being pinned as “The Year of Vision”. What is your vision for yourself? Did you set any goals around your vision? You know how much I thoroughly believe in mindset and on how mindset makes the difference. Remember to visualize yourself achieving your goals. Bring them to life through strong, positive emotions surrounding your vision for and of yourself.

I’m also thinking that this might be the year that I actually make a Vision Board. You know that the Universe is listening when you get an unexpected text message about a Vision Board creation class. Whoa! Yes, I manifested that. If you have one, you’ll have to let me know how you arranged it and how you decided what to place on it.

Create the Year That You Desire!

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Blank slates are beautiful! You can create anything that you want. Grab some markers and begin to turn your vision into a goal!

When vision boards come to mind, the first picture in my head is the scene from the movie, The Secret, where John Assaraf shares one of his with his young son. He realized at that moment that he was living in the actual house that he had cut out and attached to his Vision Board. Now if that doesn’t convince you, I don’t know what will!

If you want to know what goals I’ve set for the new year, you can read the Facebook post that I wrote about it here.

I hope you will share your visions and goals with me. I would love to know! Actually, I was inspired to hop over on Pinterest and began working on a Vision Board board. If you have any great pins to add let me know.

Cheers to the best year yet!

Tania

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Hi, I'm Tania!

I help creative and time-conscious teachers plan student-centered lessons that interest and motivate student learning so that lesson planning takes less time and is actually enjoyable! 

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