This week marks the beginning of the traditional national tendency to reflect on the year gone by. It all starts at Thanksgiving, when we identify specific moments, events, objects, and relationships we appreciate most. Then we transition into Christmastime when we tend to recognize how good we’ve got it, no matter how many material things are still missing from our lives. And it all closes out on New Year’s Eve when we flirt with the year gone by one final time, before shifting our sights to the future and the nearly limitless opportunities that lie ahead of us. Continue Reading »
===> Posted on November 22nd, 2011 by Jamie Beckett. 1 comment. © GAN 2011.