Tuesday, February 05, 2008

How often do you say, “If only I had more time…”?

Dear Friends,

How often do you say, “If only I had more time…”? Well, in February, you do!

2008 is a Leap Year, and that means 29 days in February instead of 28. If you’re over 12 you’ve been through enough Leap Years not to give them much thought, but do you know why Leap Years are a part of our lives?

If you’re curious, you can spend a few minutes on the Internet learning about the whys and hows of Leap Year. Better yet, why not spend few minutes planning how you’ll use this gift of extra time? For instance…

Have a Leap Day party.
February 29 is a Friday – what a great way to start your weekend!

Turn off your cell phone and take a nap.
When was the last time you did that?

Spend a few hours volunteering.
You’ll feel so good, you just might want to do it again.

Spend time with a friend or family member you haven’t see for awhile.
Someone you said “I’ll be in touch” to, but somehow, just haven’t.

Rent a video, read a book, get a massage
Whatever you wish you “only had more time” to do.

Make the most of this gift of extra time – the next Leap Year isn’t until 2012.

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