- eat less fish
- drink less alcohol
- micro-manage less
- study more Korean and Japanese
- meditate every day for at least 10 minutes
- learn how to cook more things
This year I've decided to do less drinking and partying, and instead do more reflecting and cleansing to prepare for the New Year. This has been one of the most exciting years of my life, personally, and in my career. I have a lot to be thankful for. I hope I can give back to everyone as much as they've given to me. I'm taking "off" the first 3 days of 2015 to really reflect and envision what I would like to accomplish in the New Year. This also includes cleaning out my home. Usually people get this done before the end of the year so they can start the new year with a clean slate. But I was in my hometown eating my Mom's Korean food and playing with kittens until this morning....so I'll have to start tomorrow!
The exciting and also, at times, nerve wracking part of being a full-time singer-songwriter, is never knowing what's around the bend. Where will my next job come from? WHEN will it come? Will it be successful? All things I've learned not to worry too much about in the end. And I know I've said before, but I'll say it again; I'm always surprised when people tell me to never stop doing what I'm doing. And this year, thanks to many of you, enough people have told me to keep going. So go on I shall! The best I can!! I'm excited what will come in 2015! What experiences and songs will be created! So here's to a beautiful, clean, and unknown
I'm wishing you all a beautiful, refreshing, and healthy New Year full of possibilities, wherever you are in the world and in your life.
Peace + Joy + Love