What I love about celebrating a New Year is that we can celebrate it twice! There is January 1st, from the Gregorian calendar, which we use here in the West. Then there is the Chinese New Year, the first New Moon of the year, which will be February 10th in 2013. I especially love celebrating the Chinese New Year because, energetically, it connects us to our physical surroundings. Since we focus on changes we want to make in our lives in the coming year, it is important we also clean up our personal spaces to support these changes.
If your goal is to eat healthier, then your kitchen should support those choices. After giving the kitchen a good cleaning, remove what does not support your goals, such as the deep fryer and the highly processed snacks, and replace them with maybe a juicer and fresh fruits and vegetables. If you want to improve the success of your home business, create a successful and organized office area with a desk facing the door so you can see opportunities coming. Although these seem like small changes to make, the positive shift you will feel in your home will inspire you to keep your focus.
What changes do you want to make in your life for 2013? What improvements can you make in your home to support those changes?
Happy New Year!!