Just like starting over.

As Thanksgiving has come and gone and I’ve eaten way too much turkey and mashed potatoes, it’s good to reflect on the year passed and look to the future. I’m thankful for my family and friends, for the ability to have fun and be creative, and for you, dear reader.

In just a few weeks, it will be Christmas, then New Year’s Eve, and ultimately 2017. It still looks futuristic to me to write 2017. Like, I should be living in the far future in the year twenty-seventeeeeennnnn!

Of course, it’s just a number. Another year. A jumping on or off point on a million different things like exercising more, stopping watching bad TV or connecting with your kids.

I’ve already outlined a few ideas for myself here. Of course, that’s just a start. Both Margaret Abrams and Ryan Holiday advocate a digital reset in 2017.

I’m going to do a little of both ideas. What about you?