As the new year comes closer, I think a lot about time, and how we used it in 2010. There’s also the year-end reflections about – What did we accomplish in 2010? What didn’t work? What did we learn? How did we grow and where are we being asked to stretch to new heights? And how will we move forward in the new year? What are you reflecting on for yourselves and your family? I’ll leave you with this quote seen on the Tumblr site of Making Things Happen.
“A year from now you will wish you had started today.” – Karen Lamb
Let’s just say, I want to minimize that kind of regret when reflecting back at the end of 2011.
Now, about the clock above – I’ve been looking for a modern-looking clock with all the numbers and a second hand to teach my daughter about telling time. You see, I realized how many clocks in our house either were digital, didn’t have a second hand, or only had a few or no numbers at all. So I wanted to share this beautiful plywood clock ($70 via Canoe) that I found that also helps teach how to tell time to your kids.
We wish you and your family all the best accomplishments in 2011!