I’ve become fascinated by the idea that it’s really achievable to make two or three small improvements in a week and by the end of the year, it’s 150 improvements. ~ Darrell Hammond
This is the time of year when many people make improvements to their life. It’s a new year and time for self reflection. While self reflection is always a great idea, I’ve never been a big believer in New Year’s resolutions. It’s true, the British Hubby and I like to have a theme for each year. We firmly believe one shouldn’t wait for the start of a new year to make a change. I recently finished reading 29 Gifts: How a Month of Giving Can Change your Life. The book also has a website where you can sign up for the 29 day challenge. While I haven’t signed up for the challenge, I have been trying to start each day with the question, “What do I have to give today?” This small act, has changed my state of mind from one of scarcity to one of abundance.
Today, I gave the British Hubby a breakfast treat. My favorite low carb-crust free quiche along with a bison pork bacon. Yum! Unfortunately, Ernie doesn’t feel quite the same way about giving. He completely disapproves of reading without snuggling. Doesn’t he look sad?