A Fresh Start

What to do with “OLD”
December 28, 2014
Peace to Continue
January 11, 2015

The beginning of a new year brings with it the hope of great things to come; the belief that maybe this year we will “get it right”; and the knowledge that we can leave the past in the past.  So what does it mean to you to have “a fresh start”?

What do you see in this picture that leads you to consider making some changes in your life?


 The opportunities and the possibilities seem infinite!  Oh what joy!  What excitement!

Making a fresh start means that we take a fresh look at how we have been living our life in order to make necessary adjustments that will lead us to a better future.  Turning over a new leaf and taking positive steps are a part of this process of a fresh start.  First make every effort to stay present focused, out of the past and fully understand where you are headed for your future.  Clear out the old, useless parts of your life in order to make room for the new, improved version.  Attempt to redesign yourself, your actions and your attitude.  Be both consistent and persistent in your attempts as change is rarely an easy thing to do.  Consider who you are surrounding yourself with – are these people worth your time and energy?  Set clear goals with specific objectives that you are willing to give daily time and energy to in order to accomplish what you have set out to accomplish.

Self-improvement can be a wonderful gift we give our self.  Are you worth the effort?  A fresh start begins now and there is no time to wait.  Before you realize it time will have passed and you will either have made some wonderful changes or life will be exactly the same as it has always been.  The choice is up to you.


 “A new day….A fresh start….And infinite possibilities!  Make the most of them…”  — Anonymous

Omega J. Galliano
Owner/Therapist - MFT, LADC, LP - Meg obtained a Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology and since college has been busy working in the behavioral health field. As a Nevada licensed marriage and family therapist, Nevada licensed alcohol and drug counselor, Minnesota licensed psychologist, and a Distance Credentialed Counselor, she has held various management positions in national corporations.