I used “Off to the Races” for 2014, since it was the Chinese Year of the Horse. This next one, from what I can tell, is the year of the Sheep/Goat/Ram. I’m not crazy about any slogans I’ve come up with for those. (Although the Chinese Zodiac doesn’t actually start until 2/19, so I have some time on that one.)
RAM INTO 2015. LET’S MUNCH THIS YEAR. LEAP WITH THE SHEEP.
I’ve used rhymes for my slogans in past years. KEEP ON REVVIN' IN 2011 was one. Maybe not a good one, but it worked for me. There was also DELVE INTO ’12. (These are used with an exclamation point, of course.) LUCKY 13 could probably only pertain to me, or to others who consider 13 their lucky number. I looked up a couple of even older ones, 2009 was TIME TO SHINE and 2010 was alternately GET ‘ER DONE and YOU CAN DO IT.
Here’s what I do with my slogans. I post them at the end of my daily pages every day as inspiration, motivation, and encouragement. Maybe, come to think of it, these shouldn’t properly be called slogans.
But, back to the problem. 2015? I found some rhymes at http://www.rhymer.com/RhymingDictionary/fifteen.html
How inspirational are the words spleen, teen, bean, mean. Maybe I could do something with keen. Obscene, gangrene? Submachine, kerosene. Libertine, nicotine.
KEEN ON ’15. I kind of like that.
As I left the allergy clinic where I get shots once a week, the receptionist remarked that she was glad to see this year go. I think I am, too, and I was glad to see last year go. So maybe 2015 WILL be keen. Let’s hope so!
Sometimes I just end my pages with ONWARD! That always works. You can’t go back!
But I might laugh every time I saw it, and that would defeat the purpose. I'll get out the thesaurus and Bartlett's.
Thanks for the suggestion.
i THINK i can i THINK i can . . .
I like the latter. In July, at the half-way point, you can transition into I KNOW I can, I KNOW I can.ReplyDelete
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