Leap Day 2016

How are you going to spend your extra day today?  Given that February 29th only occurs once every four years we really should celebrate it more than simply enjoying a google doodle of a friendly fluffle of bouncing bunnies, yet we don’t. In fact for most of us it’s just an extra day at work.

So perhaps we should take a little time out of our extra work day and consider what leaps we, as individuals, should be taking. For example, is there some decision or activity that you have been putting off because you couldn’t face it? It could be something as mundane as completing your taxes, or something much more important such as calling someone you haven’t spoken to for a long time, re-establishing a connection with a friend or relative, or dealing with a difficult situation closer to home.

Quit procrastinating – now is the time to make that leap and do it!

I think this is a concept we should embrace, at least once every 4 years! Go on, what’s the worst thing that could happen?





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