Happy Chinese New Year!

A dragon in Forbidden City, Beijing.

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Even though I did not make any resolutions earlier this year on January 1, one of my bigger goals this year is to live a more eclectic lifestyle. Not that I will be giving up dining out any time soon, but it does mean that I am focusing on other things.

Now that we are ushering in the Year of the Dragon, I wanted to share my wish list of what I would like for myself this year. Feel free to share yours.

**Don’t you love that you have another chance to do so? I know I do!  🙂 **

A Healthier and Prosperous New Year…

Yoga Class at a Gym Category:Gyms_and_Health_Clubs

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Different sorts of lettuce at a market in Hels...

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A year fill with wonderful experiences with the man that I love…

(This is not a new song  but it is by the beautiful Sarah Brightman ft. Jose Cura. They both sound wonderful and I love this song!)

Just Show Me How to Love You

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An amazing year fill with good food, good drinks, and in company that I love, admire, and/or fond of…

English: a Honey Tangerine

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Pistachio nougat icecream.

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A year where we acknowledge ourselves for bettering ourselves (studying, traveling, learning, exercising, etc) and to give back when we can (donating, volunteering, etc)…

English: Northridge, CA, January 17, 1994 -- V...

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English: Jack London studying at Heinold's Fir...

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Español: Hata yoga

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Barcelona is an excellent city to spend some t...

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And a year where we get to explore and have a lot of fun, but also be able to relax and unplug from it all when we like…

Big Sur, California

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Maine coon tufts

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English: This image shows a fisherman. Deutsch...

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8 responses to “Happy Chinese New Year!

    • Thanks Kay! 🙂 Glad you enjoy it. Happy water dragon year to you too! The photos are from various sources (wiki, flickr, etc) and really illustrate what I was trying to convey.

  1. Happy year of the dragon! I agree with you — I’m trying not to focus my entire life around food! I like your title change too.

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