We made it! It’s New Year’s Eve!

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It’s New Year’s Eve—the year has flown by, and it’s time for a new video! I enjoyed doing it, and I hope it gives you an idea of my intentions for this blog this year. Thank you again for participating as a reader and a special thanks if you comment. I love to hear what you have to say!

May you have the best of everything in 2018—the best health, the best experiences and the best progress in what you are choosing to do!

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32 Responses to We made it! It’s New Year’s Eve!

  1. Happy New Year to you as well, even though I’m typing this on the morning of the 1st day in 2018 from New Zealand…where any day, begins before the rest of the world 🙂

    • Still the Lucky Few says:

      Thank you, Cathy! As you may have noticed, we had a tech problem, and many people were not able to comment. But it should be okay now! Nice that yours got through!

  2. Happy New Year to you too. Admire your ability and courage doing video! Great.
    We are lucky!

    • Still the Lucky Few says:

      Hi Joyce, I had some tech problems, so I’m not all that video-savvy, but it is all working now! Thanks for your comment…glad yours got through!

  3. Happy New Year to you! I appreciate your weekly posts. You do an amazing amount of research to make the information relevant. I wish you the good health that you seek in 2018!
    Be well,
    Jeanette aka postworksavvy

    • Still the Lucky Few says:

      I only do weekly posts, as each article takes a great deal of research. (Or I’m possibly a little lazy!) Good health to you too in 2018!

  4. Peter Jasmin says:

    Have a wonderful New Year 2018 Diane. Thank you for your well chosen articles about everyday life. You’ve inspired me many times. Keep’em coming..
    P&L

  5. Great video and inspiring resolutions! I look forward to reading your always interesting, always well-researched, posts in 2018!

  6. worzeloddii@gmail.com says:

    Happy New Year- And thank you for your continuing support and words of wit and wisdom. Cheers!

  7. Rummuser says:

    Thank you for your best wishes, It gives me great pleasure to reciprocate.

    A nice video indeed. I have never taped one and you have inspired me to try. One of my 2018 goals!

    I enjoy reading your posts and am glad to have you as my blogger friend too.

    • Still the Lucky Few says:

      Taping the video wasn’t satisfactory—I need another camera/phone, but can’t decide which way to go—maybe I’ll just use my conventional camera next time. Happy New Year to you too, Rummuser!

  8. Happy New Year to you, too, Diane

  9. Yeah, Another Blogger says:

    Happy New Year, Diane.

    All the best to you and yours!

    Neil

  10. virginiafair says:

    Thank you so much for all the energy you put into your work. It was wonderful to be able to see you. I hope to remember your message throughout the coming year.

    • Still the Lucky Few says:

      It’s so wonderful to hear from you! I looked for you on TV in the New York crowd last night, but couldn’t see you, LOL! Oh, well, maybe next year! Best of everything for 2018 to you!

  11. createsoullife says:

    Diane, thank you for the video and all of the work you do throughout the year for this blog which I so enjoy reading. Health, clarity about my intentions, and nurturing my relationships are also my goals for 2018. Happy New Year to you.

  12. Aunt Beulah says:

    How wonderful to see your lovely face and hear your pleasant voice as you share your thoughts on the new year and your resolutions. The video made the post personal and warm. Thank you for taking the time to record it for us. And I look forward to reading your timely and interesting posts as we embark on 2018.

    • Still the Lucky Few says:

      I’m delighted with your response, and am deeply thankful that my efforts are appreciated! Thank you!

  13. Thank you for the video — it was great seeing you. And good luck keeping your resolutions. I’m afraid mine has been the same for several years now — keep on doing what I’ve been doing. It seems to be working. Commitment and practice.

    Best wishes in 2018 and beyond!

    • Still the Lucky Few says:

      It’s great to have success, and be able to acknowledge it! Thanks, Jean, for lots of fun reading in 2017! Looking forward to more in 2018!

  14. Big John says:

    Have a great 2018 Diane, and keep on blogging !

  15. Maddy says:

    Lovely to see you and hear you Diane, I’m looking forward to reading your AI posts in 2018.
    I wish I could stick to the same resolutions that you have made but my blog always seems to be the loser!
    Congratulations on making this list https://www.smartliving365.com/top-recommended-websites-blogs-on-positive-aging-retirement-for-2017/
    Your is, in my opinion, the best of all!
    Happy New Year

    • Still the Lucky Few says:

      Great praise, coming from you! I’m following your example in become media savvy, winning some, and losing some. I find Twitter amazingly simple, but not as satisfying as Facebook, which seems to be harder to use effectively. Thank you for your leadership, Maddy!

  16. Linda Morrison says:

    2018 began with my daughter and her family returning to UK after their summer Christmas in Australia. Last year I retired from work and kept myself very busy finishing projects around the home and garden that working sometimes prevents. A trip to the UK in July ticked some items from my wish list, a trip to Portugal and walking in the Lake District and most incredible of all, to visit the home of Beatrix Potter, absolutely a wonderful experience.
    Now I ask myself how do I keep myself positive, healthy and active? I am blessed with great friends and can catch up at times, but there is something I need for myself, I love to restore furniture and absolutely love visiting op shops to pick up pieces to restore. I would like to have an area to do these restorations, but our home is not that big really. I would like to hear from others how they began to fill the time in retirement, to be fulfilled.

    • Still the Lucky Few says:

      My solution to staying positive and healthy always involves a project. Your interest in restoring furniture can be deeply satisfying! I hope you can resolve the space problem, and find a way to pursue it. Your comment took me back many years, when I spent several months in England, and visited many authors’ birthplaces. The Lake District was a favorite. At the time, I thought it was the most beautiful place on earth!

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