From The Editor

This article was originally published in The Writer’s Everything, Issue #007.

We have a little over two weeks left in this decade, and I’m sure it goes without saying that the last ten years are loaded with countless memories, experiences, and, I hope, achieved goals.

However, if you haven’t yet achieved what you wanted to in your life, or if you simply aren’t where you want to be, then this is the perfect opportunity to collect yourself, to regroup, and to make new plans.

Take a break if you need to. Just don’t take too long. Start fresh in 2020, and don’t let yourself slow down until you reach your goals!

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