Happy 2013, and here’s hoping that this new year will be your best year, ever, yet, so far!
For many folks, the first weeks of the new year are a rare yet fleeting time for catching up, slowing down, and sleeping in to compensate for still short days and long nights following the busy holiday season.
Yet the dawning of the new year also holds tremendous power and potential to envision and articulate what we’d like to have, explore and experience in this new year to come.
It’s also a time when many of us feel especially close and drawn to nature, and grateful for what’s really most important to us and our loved ones.
No matter where or how you live, you are connected to nature. You are nature. We are all nature.
I hope you’ll make the most of this quiet time of year with fewer distractions, and that you’ll emerge from it clear about what’s most important in your life moving forward.
Deeper, consistent nature connection helps all of us be more proactive, flexible, resilient, creative and so much more.
It helps us more clearly identify and embrace our strengths to navigate challenges and opportunities, and to change habits and our lives much more powerfully and successfully than the annual ritual of stating then usually abandoning resolutions, year after New Year.
If you’d love to break pattern through greater nature connection, and learn how to slow down, connect with and say yes to yourself more consistently, I have a limited number of open, free 30-minute no obligation discovery call slots for the last two weeks of January to explore the possibilities together.
If you’re interested in securing one of these free nature connection discovery call times for yourself, simply reply “YES” in the subject line of your reply at
and I will be right back in touch with you to set up a mutually convenient time to connect.
I look forward to hearing from you, and if you know of a fellow nature lover who may be interested in this offer, feel free to let them know as well.
All the best in 2013, and may your heart, feet and soul never be far from nature!