Well hello there 2017. Wow. Cue: all the 'this year has flown by' comments, which are totally true - it has.Read More
Someone asked me the other day if I’ve thought of any 2016 New Year resolutions. It caught me off guard. I’ve never been one to seriously think about what I wanted to do most with these upcoming 365 days. Instead, I’d jot down a few positive things I wanted to add to my “new year, new me” mindset and pretty much forget about them as soon as week 2 rolled around. Standard, right?Read More
2014 has been great, I've kicked off my full year at my job, wrote TV spots, wrote radio spots for Pandora, ran races, laughed until I cried and somehow managed to survive. It was a blast!
I will say, there's something exciting about kicking of a new year and the unexpected that awaits you. I have no idea what changes are going to happen this year, but I can't wait!
As for 2015, I'm ready for you! Bring it on. Like most, a New Year goes hand-in-hand with working on yourself as a person and so I decided to make some New Year resolutions myself.
Call a friend weekly: Staying in touch is sometimes hard, but friendships are with it and they take effort. This year, I'm going to work on staying in touch and being a friend to those who aren't close.
Break the Habit: I hate how attached to my phone I am. This year, I'm going to work on being in the moment....without my phone.
Blog: I love my blog and it's my outlet to express my thoughts, emotions and really put myself out there for you all to read. I really really really X's a million, want to make this thing better - starting with transferring everything to WordPress and investing in a camera.
Stress Free: I tend to stress over things that aren't exactly stress-worthy. This year, I'm going to work on my anxiousness, take a breather, go for a run and just relax.
New Routine: I'm pretty good about hitting the gym, but lately I've been a little on the bored-side with my routine. I mostly run and lift some, but this year I'm going to take time to try new classes. I'm excited to try barre classes and to get back into yoga.
The Little Things: Grabbing a friend a coffee when they're having a bad day or receiving a handwritten note always makes me happy - this year, I'm going to try to make more smaller and meaningful gestures for my friends and family.