There is another way to turn the page into 2015. Consider your life as a book with you as the author. All of the chapters through 2014 are complete, so you know exactly how you got to this point in time. 2015 has yet to be written.
You can wait for someone else to initiate action that starts you down the path into the New Year; your personal and professional history can then be duly documented. Or you can decide where you want your story to go from here and how you'd like for it to turn out. You can proactively turn the page and start writing content for your life that is memorable and meaningful.
The decisions you make about 2015 shouldn't be condensed to short-lived New Year's resolutions. We all know how most of those turn out; they fail because they are not linked to a broader purpose. Your 2015 story is part of a longer journey, one which is informed by the past but dependent upon your decisions in the present.
It's time to turn the page. What's your story?