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12 December 2006


From Your BellaOnline Editor

It is hard to believe that 2007 is nearly upon us. I love the feelings I have during this season - I wish I could bottle the enthusiasm I feel around the first quarter of each year so that I can call upon it whenever I feel sluggish and uninterested. Many people are making plans for the upcoming year, not only personal, but spiritual as well.

Making a list and checking it twice does not guarantee you will be successful at any goal. How about a new approach? What are your plans for the New Year?

Happy 2007!


Alice Rienzo


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