In this issue we cover indoor and outdoor activities, a bit of history, feature a fill-in-the-blanks love letter and a puzzle:
• make new friends this winter • ice fishing • statues: more than a pigeon perch • indoor gardening • the Appalachian Trail • things I notice when I walk the dog • love letters (easy fill-in-the-blanks) • a quizzical
Take a peek at our first issue! Published quarterly Pursuits is a print magazine devoted to promoting hobbies, passions, and pastimes as a way to reduce stress, boost creativity, and increase happiness.
It's a collection of activities, how-to, insights, and inspiration. This first issue is our working prototype.
We want your feedback. Do you like the cover? Are the articles too short? Too long? Will you write a love letter? (Is a fill-in-the-blanks model helpful?) What about the Quizzical, will you try to solve the puzzle?
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From pagan celebrations of light to the dropping of the ball in Times Square, these year-end events are widely noted. But these changes take place with or without celebration.
Midnight tonight will slip away in star-filled skies around the world and we'll wake to a new year. We'll move forward hour by hour, day by day, finding ourselves, on occasion, surprised at "how time flies."
It begins on the shortest day of the year and then minute by minute the days grow longer. It's hard to notice the difference, but sometime mid-January someone will comment on how much more light there is, and we, too, will see it.
There is a lesson here of course: big changes are made possible by small measure.
As 2014 comes to a close I'm holding fast to big changes from small measures.
Rather than resolutions, I'm working toward goals in 2015. It's an idea that I'm adopting after reading how Chris Guillebeau puts it to work each year. It struck a chord with me and I'm giving it a go.
Working in small measure toward big changes, here's a partial list of my goals for 2015:
Pursuits magazine - January 2015 This is a big one! I've been working on a prototype and it's time to launch. Pursuits is a print magazine with a focus on hobbies, passions, and pastimes. Designed to help reduce stress, boost creativity, and increase happiness, it is a compendium of activities, how-to, insights and inspiration. I'm very excited about this new magazine and look forward to sharing it with you.
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Learn to Juggle I spend a lot of time sitting at the computer, and I'm looking for activities to balance the time spent behind a desk . . . a pastime to clear my head. If I'm able to master juggling in the next month or so, my goal is to pick another challenge, playing an instrument . . . I'll keep you posted! Stationery Line - I like writing letters and often make my own stationery. I've got lots of ideas and it's time to bring them to life.
What goals will you set in 2015? Write them down, and tell us about them by posting a comment below.