Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Reflections: A Look Back at 2014

Well, what do ya know? 2014 has got to go. Haha. OK, I know what you're thinking - Ugh, ANOTHER end-of-year recap post? Well, yes. Don't hate me. But I think before you can move forward to the new year, you have to process everything that has already happened, right? Right. So, here goes. 

Recap of December 2014 Goals
  • Buy Eric Church pre-sale tickets for his show in Philly with Kenny Chesney. OMG. I cannot even wait. Fail. But it's not my fault. The tickets were outrageously expensive. Hubby and I don't need to go that bad. I'm sad to miss out on Eric Church, though. :( 
  • Get my Christmas card list in order and have everything ready to mail in PLENTY of time before Christmas. Success! It was nice to not rush around at the last minute worrying about mailing the cards. 
  • Put the finishing touches on a super awesome swap that I'm working on. It's not your average blog swap. So be on the lookout for that soon! Yayyyy. Success! Keep an eye out - this will be posted in the next few days. :)  

Highlights from December 2014:

10 Most Popular Posts from 2014:
I love that a lot of these posts come from the Write or Die Weds link up. It's a project that Vashelle and I are SO proud of and look forward to each week.

What were some of your highlights from 2014? Share below, I'd love to hear about it! 

P.S. Don't forget to join us for Write or Die Weds tomorrow! The prompt is below. Happy writing!


  1. Wishing you a very amazing 2015!

  2. In 2015, I really want to have a healthy baby, then start losing weight. And really do it this time. I'm hoping I can get back into running again (even though I'm terrible at it), I'm hoping that being home with baby for awhile, and it being summer, it'll get me out there running. Cross your fingers!

  3. Wow. Your reading inspires me. I need to catch up! Happy New Year.

  4. Great job with your goals this month! And it's so cool that so many of your 10 most popular posts were from your Write or Die linkup. Good luck with your reading goal this year--and all your other goals! :)


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