Happy New Year

I can ask my wife what my goals we discussed for last year were, and I am sure she wouldn't remember (I don't blame her... I
The past year for me has been all about simplifying my life and slowing down my thoughts. Yet, in terms of action, it has
Listening to my friend lapse into the reality that at a certain age 'stuff happens,' I was getting a little down, as is to
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Before we start to talk about the plans, goals and resolutions for the new year. It is important to take stock and review the outgoing year. This includes looking at the wins, the challenges, the mistakes, the areas for improvement and just appreciate how are you feeling at this time of the year.
A battle royal is looming for June 2016 in a federal courtroom in San Francisco. The combatants? Uber versus its drivers.
In a way, these half-written blogs and unfinished reflections sum up the past six months pretty well: a collection of emotions and experiences with few clear ends or answers, with dangling ellipses and uncertain next chapters.
It goes that 2016 will find me doing the same thing I've done every year. I'll be loving on my great, big, crazy family and doing this: Write. Edit. Publish. Repeat.
2015 is over, and many people are glad to see it go, if only for the symbolic feeling of starting over with the promise of a new year. But it's important to remember the good moments - and 2015 did have some big ones.
As we board life's runaway train for another year of twists and turns and ups and downs, I can't help but wonder, "Will this ride be better than the last?" We make resolutions, but so many factors are beyond our control.
Everyday makes resolutions but how many of us stick to them? I made a resolution over a decade ago that I have religiously stuck to no matter what, it was to stop making resolutions.
It's time to pop the champagne and celebrate the new shopping landscape that is on the horizon in 2016.
Because as a nurse in the intensive care unit, I've learned -- while I'm relatively young, I possess an old soul -- that nothing in this life is promised. We have no guarantee. We cannot push off what we crave today unto tomorrow, because there is no certainty that tomorrow may come.
Celebrating all our American holidays, at least to some degree, would foster unity and goodwill. We are one country and we have much more in common than not.
My next installation for Christmas 2015 Holiday Windows is all about the jewels. Fifth Avenue is home to the biggest and best jewelry boutiques in the world.