The 30th issue and the 2017th year... While snow wisped about outside my windows, I snuggled into a wrap twirled several times around me. I sipped hot tea and felt warmed by the fiery orange glow from the heat dish. With the Year Compass in hand, I imagined up a list of new hopes and reoccurring dreams. Goals to reach my desired life that's well-balanced between work and play, health and wealth, learning and experiences.
It's quite the list but I do believe the process of writing makes ideas more likely to happen. Even if only a few come true, there's still good reason to look forward to 2017! I'd love to hear, how do you turn your wishes into accomplishments?
"Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible." –Tony Robbins
December 2016: The Finale
What's happening at Ryerson University... More quotes went up on walls in the Graduate Studies offices. The colourful letters are filled with a geometric pattern used in the mural. The braille creates awareness for accessibility and the soon-to-be installed braille plates will allow for all to "see". Thanks to Wilcox Sign Company for printing and installing the vinyl and to Andy Lee for taking our photo! Stay tuned for a second Ryerson mural at the Ted Rogers School of Management. More murals at pamlostracco.com...
January 2017: Up Next
A treehouse-inspired playroom mural... A special mural for a very special little girl! Working alongside with an interior designer, we're transforming a playroom into a whimsical playground. Trees, squirrels and birds will be coming to life, starting this Thursday! Follow along on Instagram...
The Year Ahead
Planning: let there be things that get done... What new goals are sparking your imagination? One of my ideas is to design a yearly planner. Do you use one? If so, I'd love to hear your thoughts! Which planners do you currently use? What do you love about them, what would you change? Tell me in an email...
Thank you for hearting art! Pam
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