I always find the end of a year and the beginning of another to be bittersweet. In one way I am looking forward to what is to come in the next year and on the other hand I become introspective and reflective, to not forget what has passed and shaped me in the year.
In this next year of blogging I am looking forward to becoming more authentically me. Sharing more of myself in hopes that you can have more of a sense of who I am; to see the world through my eyes. Be sure to keep an eye out for my next post where I’ll be sharing goals for 2019.
Getting to be a tiny part of your life through my small corner of the social internet world brings me immense joy, plus getting to see how much I have grown with you all there to support TFH is humbling.
My 2018 Resolutions Recap:
When I take a look at the resolutions I gave myself for this last year I am almost embarrassed to admit I didn’t succeed at many. Those are generally how resolutions are right?! I did although commit to a small piece of all of them except the third one.
LOSE WEIGHT: I joined a weight lose challenge group and have successfully began my lifetime journey for health. Plus I am signing up for my first 5k in years for this March, time to start training!
TRAVEL: We didn’t get up traveling much this year as expected except to California twice. We have been saving all year for Europe, and we have plans for Denver and California already!
FASHION & BEAUTY: I have only started to become more active again with Fashion & Beauty. I tend to get really in my head when it comes to sharing these at times and I want to break this habit for myself in the new year!
CONSISTENCY: I can admit, and I’m sure most of us can, that this is often the most difficult piece to follow up on. Consistency can be hard to be consistent with haha! I have been consistent with more in my life but there are still additional parts I’m working on, and I am thankful to be aware of where I am lacking.
2018 is dedicated to my beautiful Grandma Jimby who we lost this April. There is never a day that goes by that I don’t miss her. She was a phenomenal person; unceasingly kind, giving, loving, and full of a brilliant light and warmth for everyone who had the pleasure to meet her. I wish I could have given her one last hug but I’m thankful for the 29 years I got to know this amazing woman, the lasting memories, and I know she’s surrounding all of us with her love daily.