Dear Ones,

It’s the end of 2016. High-fives anyone?

It has been a year of the Chinese Monkey, who has bounced around and pounced on our hearts with the global political changes and here at home with an orange-skinned president elect we thought never in a million years would be POTUS.

That along with what seemed like a never ending cycle of the deaths of some of our most beloved artists like Prince, David Bowie, Leonard Cohen and now Princess Leia [Carrie Fisher] and her mom Debbie Reynolds.

On a personal level, many of us have struggled with big losses and hard lessons this year.

That’s why when I read the article, 99 Reasons 2016 Was A Good Year, I was thankfully moved out of forever labeling 2016—a crazy year from hell—into a place of my heart exploding with love.

Here’s 5 out of the 99 reasons 2016 was a good year:

#1 — New research showed that acid pollution in the atmosphere is now almost back to the level that it was before it started with industrialization in the 1930s. Science Bulletin

#2 — In 2016, some of the world’s biggest diseases, like colon cancer, dementia and heart disease, started declining in wealthy countries. New York Times

#3 — World hunger reached its lowest point in 25 years. New York Times

#4 — The United States now feeds healthy lunches to more than 30 million children, is about to ban trans fats, and has enacted one of the biggest overhauls of nutrition labels in decades. Vox

#5 —  Global carbon emissions from the burning of fossil fuels did not grow at all in 2016. It’s the third year in a row emissions have flatlined. Scientific American

In 2016, I expanded my business, moved into a new office space, wrote a book, adopted a kitten named Rafa, fell in love with electric bikes and lived another year in one of the most beautiful places on the planet.

So, dear friends, I encourage you to think about what good has happened to you this year.

In the meantime, if you are ready to change the design of your clinic, waiting room, treatment room or office, I’m offering 30% off my book, “The Color Cure: How to transform your healthcare office, clinic or treatment room into an oasis by choosing the perfect paint” 

This 30% discount offer expires TONIGHT at midnight.

If you’ve been on the fence about changing the paint color in your healthcare setting, now is the time to get the help you need.

Visit this page to get the book at 30% off the price:

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With love and optimism for 2017,

Cheryl
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