Happy New Year!

What direction do you want travel in 2012?


Welcome to 2012!  We’ve survived another lap around the sun!

This time of year brings out the best and the worst in people; we had people getting stabbed over shoes, and lay-away gifts paid off in full by generous strangers.  Some stress out because they can’t find the perfect gift (an elusive creature), or get their decorations just right.  Others take time to reflect on the past year, some make resolutions they don’t intend to keep.  Many (myself included) just kick back, relax, enjoy the good feelings and fellowship that come with the holiday season, and try to spread some of it around.  Let me share some terrific bloggers with you:

Resolutions, what to do?

Louise Behiel gives you a step-by-step method for setting goals and resolutions.

Hayley E. Lavik tells you what she has no intention of changing.

Did you have a good year?

Lynette M. Burrows gives you some of the best of 2011.

Ginger Calem tells you about her five favorite things of 2011.

I want to send out a huge thank you to everyone who has helped me through this year, I never could have done it without you!  I made huge strides in my writing in 2011 and 2012 looks to be even more awesome.  Thank you for reading this blog, thank you for sharing your thoughts and experiences with me!  I wish for all of you the very best the New Year has to offer.

Enjoy some spectacular fireworks from Australia’s New Year’s Eve 2012 celebration!

Serena Dracis, Author

I'm a lot of things. A Reiki Master-Teacher, a psychopomp, a medium. Once I was a trainer of exotic animals, once I worked in hospitals. Now I'm a writer. I write about the paranormal, the weird, the fringes. I write non-fiction and fiction, sharing my own life experiences as well as creating new worlds. Come in and explore!

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Louise Behiel

    Thanks for the link, Serena. There are some great blogs here.

  2. Serena, Thank you so much for the link to my post in this list of fantastic links! I’m honored.

    Like you, I’ve made tremendous strides this year and am very grateful for the support of my WANA classmates – what things we’ve accomplished with the support of one another — amazing!

    I love your log line, Breaking Away from Ordinary, it’s fantastic. And I LOVE fireworks displays.

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