Well, Let’s Hear It…

2018!

Go 2018

Happy Holidays from Danielle, Kevin, Cole and Tuukka (dog not pictured – they wouldn’t let her on the boat!)

One reason I LOVE the New Year is because so many of us finally take a moment to slow down, become aware, reflect, and move forward! (I wish everyone did this all year!)

What do you want to start, stop, do or create in 2018?  

Let’s hear it!

(PS: I can’t wait to read your response below! I’ve gotten things started with my thoughts below.)

Love and Light,
Danielle

 

 

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10 replies
  1. Danielle MacKinnon
    Danielle MacKinnon says:

    One thing that I want to do a bit differently for 2018 is my schedule. For me, 2018 is going to be all about simplifying. That sounds easy, I know, but it’s just not. I have so many things I’m interested in, so many things to touch and be around and play with that I am often overloaded. So, from how I do my business through to how I interact with my family, it’s all going to pared down. Doing less will allow me to feel more!

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    • Paul Wiederholt
      Paul Wiederholt says:

      Hi Danielle!
      2017 was one of the best years of my life. I feel like I was building the platform to springboard myself to higher places in 2018 and beyond. In 2018 I want to spend more time and effort on becoming the best version of myself I can be physically, mentally, and spiritually. There’s plenty of room for improvement, it’s just going to take focus and effort.
      Happy New Year Danielle!!
      Paul W

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    • Christine
      Christine says:

      That’s what we all need to do simplify, de clutter etc, I want to move house, leave my job and spend more time working with the dogs at the shelter where I volunteer, have started the de clutter and had my house valued so I feel positive about 2018. I’ve realised I don’t need the “stuff” I need to be kinder to me

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  2. Sherry Lorenz Zwick
    Sherry Lorenz Zwick says:

    Decluttering..not just things, but thoughts, excess food, negative emotions, clogged up schedule of tasks I don’t want to be involved with. Shifted gears to plant based eating, growing our own veggies, affordable housing investments, working with animals. Regular meditation and exercise.

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  3. Patty Daley
    Patty Daley says:

    Move more, eat less, more time with dogs and horse, finish my home remodeling, and do a great job at Expert Soul Level Animal Communication course! (which to me means to finally follow through with something in my life.) Meet the man of my dreams. 😉

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  4. Stephanie
    Stephanie says:

    Funny thing that several people are saying de cluttering, and the whole idea of less is more. I’m simplifying my work life too by getting more focused on only a few things that are most important. Mainly getting my online course out by the first week in April which is on de-cluttering the body, mind and home. 😆 I’ve already started unsubscribing and getting other distractions out of the way. My family life is balanced and I’m looking forward to my 3rd grandchild coming mid April…hence the early April course deadline I’ve set. Wishing all of you a healthy, happy 2018.

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  5. Kimberly Cotter
    Kimberly Cotter says:

    Strengthening my animal communication skill by practicing more. Developing my people skills and becoming better at interacting with them. Figuring out what I want from my varied interests and focusing.

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  6. Christina
    Christina says:

    I will drop my fears and stop doubting myself. I will not believe the thoughts of my ego and I will remember that I am love and light. I will be kind and nurturing to myself and to everyone in the universe.

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  7. Christine P.
    Christine P. says:

    I would love to work on myself and letting my protective wall down to allow the possibility of a relationship to happen. I’m nervous about leaving my heart exposed.

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