Technically, this is my last blog of 2012, so I figured what better way to close it out than to share my favorite posts from this year:
1. Lessons From the Toilet Bowl - It's okay to laugh at yourself, even when you do something embarrassing like clog someone's toilet with your cell phone.
2. What's Your Imprint? - Be bold in your approach to life, but more importantly, focus on making a difference in the lives of others.
3. Emotional Speculation - We may think we know how other people feel, but most of the time, we are just making assumptions. We have to ask if we want to know.
4. Forgive Others Quickly - We hope others will forgive us when we make a mistake, so we need to do the same in return...quickly!
5. Is it Mine to Make? - Sometimes we need to remove ourselves from making a decision because it really isn't ours to make.
6. One-Way Standards - It's not fair to expect more of others than we do for them in return and sometimes, it is as simple as just saying thank you.
7. Life's Too Short Not to Wear White - There is always some sort of risk in life, but we aren't really living if we wait for everything to be safe.
8. Right Where You Should Be - You may not like all aspects of your life, but chances are, you are exactly where you are supposed to be so that you can prepare for the next phase in your journey.
9. All Change isn't Life Changing - False expectations appearing real (FEAR) can be paralyzing when we are faced with change.
10. Consciously Compassionate - Most people are good. Sometimes, they just make mistakes and need us to give them a break.
11. Busy Should Have an Expiration Date - No one is busy 365 days a year; they just haven't figure out how to prioritize what is most important.
12. Regret Me Not - No matter how hard you try, you can't change the past so don't waste time focusing on regrets.
Wishing all of you a wonderful New Year. Thank you for continuing to support me as I write this blog each week. I couldn't do it without all of my loyal readers!