is very fitting for New Years:
Whether it's a new diet, a new work routine, or a
new walk with God, we all have a chance for a new
beginning in 2019.
My article in the latest issue of Purpose is titled
"How I Ended up Near Siberia," and it covers the be-
inning of our seven years in Romania. Finding out we
were being sent to Eastern Europe - right next to Siberia, in my mind - was a bit of a blow, but it turned out to be the beginning of an amazing life experience.
Speaking of beginnings (or rather, not beginnings) my New Year's resolution for 2019 is simple: finish more, start less.
I have no trouble with starting. It's the finishing that's a problem, so there are countless half-done projects - both tangible and intangible - floating around my life.
I happened upon this article about taking action in the new year. Hopefully, 2019 is a year of action. The year of the finish. The year of tying things up with bows.
The beginning of happy endings, I guess you could say.
Fellow procrastinators and perfectionists, let's finish what we've started in 2019! And to the rest of you, go out and start something new.