Happy New Year!
No, I’m not a pagan or a druid, but I’d just like to wish you all a merry winter solstice, and also welcome in the New Year.
From tomorrow the days will become longer and warmer, the flowers will return and it will soon be time for some vegetable seed-sowing in my garden.
Technically, this years Winter Solstice falls on the 22nd December, but it does vary between the 21st and the 22nd according to many folk. It’s effectively the day of the year with the shortest daylight hours.
This year I’ve decided to make a list of my new year’s resolutions. Here is the list in no particular order of importance or timing.
- Divorce the Royal Bank of Scotland as recommended by GoldSaver.
- Improve my gardening skills.
- Activate Copper Sterling. If you’re in the UK, keep an eye-out for this one.
- Consume less sugar. I’m a sugar junkie.
- Expose more shills.
- Disconnect my life from Bank of England Sterling as much as possible. For example, receiving payment for the fruits-of-my-labour in debt-free currencies.
- Quit smoking.
I also hope to live for today a lot more.
Whether you regard the winter solstice or the Gregorian January 1st as the New Year is irrelevant to setting a few goals.
Do you have any actions to do, or behaviours to remove next year? If you do, then I wish you good luck with your goals and aspirations.