New Year, New Intentions

The first full moon of the year, known as the Wolf Moon — as well as the Old Moon, Ice Moon, or Snow Moon — greeted us on the first day of 2018.

The first full moon of the year, known as the Wolf Moon — as well as the Old Moon, Ice Moon, or Snow Moon — greeted us on the first day of 2018.

Inspired by a piece in the LAIKA exhibit at the Portland Art Museum. This year, we want to get more art into our lives: make it, see it, watch it.  

Inspired by a piece in the LAIKA exhibit at the Portland Art Museum. This year, we want to get more art into our lives: make it, see it, watch it.

 

Watching this little one play the piano has also been a perfect way to start the New Year.   

Watching this little one play the piano has also been a perfect way to start the New Year. 

 

We don’t believe in setting resolutions — we believe in setting intentions for a new year. Unlike a resolution or vow to do or not do something in particular (which can often feel too monumental or drastic), setting an intention is about expressing a sentiment, idea, or ideal that can flow with our life’s path throughout the year: to take things slower; to savor the time spent at work as not being work at all; to pick up the phone and call our clients, or better yet, to visit them in person, which allows for a much deeper connection than texts and emails. To seek out quietude amidst the haste and chaos of life passing by at what can seem like lightning speed, and to always let everyone know how much we appreciate them. This year, we aspire to approach all interaction with family and friends with intention and meaningful purpose.

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