This mid-month Sunday Letter is intended to Encourage and provide Support for all readers as we turn the pages of 2023 to the fresh challenges and possibilities of 2024.
- Take time to create calendar spaces that allow a slower pace, for rest, in the busy December holiday season. Keep your connection with the true meaning of the season. I encourage you to maintain a “seasonal balance” in the midst of holiday receptions, open houses, meals, and gift exchanges. Although not always easy, I support you and your family to hold tight to all the goodness November and December can provide.
** It is my hope you will begin 2024 with renewed energy and belief in all that is possible for you. We do this best when we are connected to and share time with family and significant others, whether near or far.
- Some readers of the Sunday Letter may use a spiral notebook to journal or have done so in the past. January is the right time to begin your journal with even a few lines or half page. Write about your day, what went right, what you can do to make day better. Then, on the next day, January 2, you can complete your second journal entry for this new year on a fresh page.
Let someone know what encouragement you may need or want, and also the best way for you to receive encouragement and support.
Roy, thankful for all who shared their time and wisdom with me in 2023