So, I’m basically a grown-up kid. Here are things that I love:
- Bright colored food
- Fruity Pebbles & Fruit Loops on donuts
- Fruity Pebble French Toast (had this in Daytona, FL – life. changed)
A word of the year, a motto, a Bible verse, a thought, a feeling, an emotion, a resolution…
These are all different things that people try to “nail down” for the new year, and stick to! If it’s a resolution it may be multiple things that you want to accomplish that year. A motto? Something you refer to throughout the year when you are having a bad day, or maybe a good day!
For me? Resolutions never worked. I tried! I got out my journal (always new, because is there any better reason to buy a new notebook than to start the new year off right?), and started writing down what I wanted to accomplish that year. It always ended up looking something like…
Some interesting things that have happened since I last blogged here:
An update post of sorts. I have missed writing, a lot a lot. There has been so much going on though, and it makes it really hard to find the time.
I keep a journal beside my bed, its a nice big one (shout out to Marshalls!) Big, faux leather, feels nice and soft in my hands, cobalt blue with gold foil and says “Big Dreams” on the front. perfecttt
I am also a chronic notebookaholic. I have a problem, and I admit it. I want all of the notebooks. Other office supplies, not so much, I have a certain brand of pens that’s my favorite, and I stick with it. I have necessities that I use everyday for work like post-its, folders, and binder clips. But nothing shouts-out to me from the store shelves like notebooks. Anthropology, Target, Marshall’s, Paper-Source, honestly, I’m not picky.