Happy Christmas! So enjoy the day, and tomorrow, but let's not wait a week for launching that new project; staring in on that long-avoided, much-dreamt about, work of art, book or ... you know the one.
Just get out to the garage (don't know what that is? Ask your mom ... or her mom) and get on it.
It doesn't matter how long you've been thinking, noodling, even already start3d on it—a whole ago—NOW is the time to begin finishing.
It may take some time, but that's one of the few things in life we have plenty of if we use it well. And don't think you don't have the right tools, facilities, or other resources to get started on a completing (your project title here.)
Some pretty big organizations, groundbreaking developments, and world-changing creations began in a garage. (One of the biggest events didn't even have a garage. Mosty likely, given the terrain the little town, it was just a hole in the side of a rocky hill where they sheltered a couple cows and few horses and donkeys belonging to travelers. Tradition says it was a stable. Whatever it was, it wasn't much. Certainly not the sort of place you would make a pretty painting of for a greeting card.
Garage, stable, cave ... it's not the place but what took place there. Add some scruffy shepherds, a few sheep, a fleet of camels and a half-dozen star gazing Persians (and their dozen or more servants, cooks, and camel wranglers) and you have the makings of a history-interrupting event.
So, get to the garage ... right after watching this inspirational (non-religious) video.