The origin of the word January, dates back to Janus who was the Roman god of doors, and had two faces, one looking forward and one back. Caesar named the first month of the year, after the God’s name, appropriately so.

As we open one door and close another, it is important to honor the year we had, and prepare for the one coming up. 

Whether it is a new year, a birthday, a breakup, or vacation, these events symbolize opportunities to begin again, to commit or recommit.

Most importantly with a new beginning comes momentum. Momentum gives you the energy to restart.

To help you look back at 2015 and set intentions for 2016, my team and I at The Passion Co. created Reflect — the ultimate guide for the new year. 

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With questions, prompts and beautiful design, you can enjoy this free guide with your friend, partner or on your own.

The guide focuses on key areas of your life:

Two years ago today, I gathered in my friend’s living room in San Francisco with 6 other girlfriends. We each brought our favorite beverage, and for 3 hours that evening, we envisioned our 2016, we set goals, chose a word for the year, and went into the new year with clarity and preparation.

With this free guide, you can do the same with your friends. 

During this holiday season, we invite you to pause with your close ones, and prepare for a new year to come, a new start, and many good things.

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To a wonderful 2016!
Jessica & The Passion Co. team

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