So another November is in the books, another month of focusing on what I’m grateful for.
In 31 days, it will be 2016, and so many people will take the hope and opportunity of a new year to make a new beginning. But I need more than just January 1.
I need April, and my church’s General Conference to recalibrate. I need June and the promise of 10 weeks of summer to set goals. I’d be lost without August and the start of a new school year to really try my hand at new beginnings. October brings another church conference, following by November and a month of gratitude.
I give myself multiple opportunities every year to start fresh, to restart, and I’m grateful for those multiple opportunities.