Saturday, June 28, 2014

When does your "new" year begin?

Sounds like a strange question, doesn't it?  

This topic came up while having coffee with the hubby this morning. 

The most obvious would be January 1st of any year. 
September and the beginning of the school year is another possibility. 
A fiscal year, for businesses and their healthcare plans, can start any month. 
The  Chinese New Year, which changes each year. 
There are religious events that could be used as the beginning of a "new" year, such as Easter. 
And what about the anniversary day of your birth, marriage, or some other significant event in your life?
Then there's always July 1st. This is the date so often used for making a new set of resolutions. 

Well, by now, I'm sure you have the idea. I think that throughout the year we have many new beginnings, new year startings. The one that's the most important? It is the one that is happening today.

 So, whether you've been highly creative, moderately busy, or just dreaming about it, 

Let's Create Today, 

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