11 years ago
2012: A Year in Review
I know that many of you have shared your goals for 2012. I cannot wait to look back in a year and hopefully see what has been accomplished in 2012. Last year was a year of change, and there’s a lot to look forward to – big things I hope to do in the years to come. 2012: A Year in Review.
2012: A Year in Review
Launch The Everygirl
We have so many dreams for The Everygirl. We have accomplished so much since the day we sat down in a coffee shop almost five months ago and I cannot believe we launch next month. The entire experience has been so fun, exciting and surreal. More than anything, I hope it inspires all of you! I was laying on my couch at 4:00 am yesterday composing a list of ideas for The Everygirl. I cannot get it off my mind!
Visit Paris & London by my 30th birthday
I have never been to Paris or London and turn 30 this September.
I want to do some volunteering! You have to love the Midwest. The two organizations I have applied with do not need any volunteers for another month or two. Isn’t that amazing?
In 2011 I found my love of glittery nails, leopard flats and my orange coat. I tend to stick to neutrals in fashion & decor and would love to have some more fun this year by adding some bright colors to my wardrobe and little pop of color to my very white apartment.
I am going to get back to my regular gym routine & stick to it. I was doing really well last year but had that mole removed last year and was not allowed to work out for 3 months. Then we started working on The Everygirl which has consumed any “spare” time I thought I had and now my back is a mess. The second my back & neck are better I am back. What keeps you motivated?
Learn everything about my 7D
I can take a decent photo but want to really learn the ins and outs of my camera this year.
FINALLY get on a normal schedule.
I would love to get on a somewhat normal sleep schedule. Normal for me would be going to bed between midnight and 1:00 am.
Read a book
Yes. One book. The most pathetic goal ever. I start books but never finish them. Have any suggestions for me?
Take a pastry decorating course
Back in 2012 I bought a kitchen torch and made s’mores cupcakes. This year, I’d like to try my hand at cake pops and want to finally take a pastry decorating class. I’d love to make something fancy. Any Chicago girls want to join me?