So long 2014, Hello 2015!!

Did everyone have fun bringing the new year in? My night was spent with my 3 favorite guys, a fancy dinner we made at home, and some banana splits. 🙂
 
I feel as though even though 2014 may have not been the best year, it definitely wasn’t the worst. It was one of those in between years that just go by. But at the same time, in 2014 we laid the foundation and created a staircase for everything we will achieve in 2015. Now we start to climb those steps.
 
My goals for 2015 are:
To slowly incorporate more healthy options into our food choices.
I feel all at once will just lead us back to the same habits.
 
To continue to get healthier – mentally and physically.
Mentally – Everyone has bad days, weeks, even months. But even then, when everything is spiraling out of control, you can always find something to smile about. Something to keep you moving forward. It’s all in perception and I’m going to continue to look for the beauty in the world.
Physically – well, its come to a point in my life where I actually should make exercise a habit. Even 10 minutes a day is better than nothing until it just becomes routine.
 
To get the house organized
We have a pretty good thing started in this department now. We just need to keep going and finish getting the rest of the house organized. And really, when everything isn’t complete chaos in the house, mental well-being is usually better as well.
To Build My Business Up Further.
Make more items, have more sales, the usual. If I keep building it up every year, when both Elijah & Seth are in school, if I build it up enough before then, I can focus solely on my business, instead of going back to work – whether it be part-time or full-time. (Full-time if I’m making as much as right now, part-time if I’m making more, and none if I’m making a decent income on my own, which is my dream.) In 2014 I did expand my product line to include soy tarts and votive candles. I’ll have more on that in a future post.
To take a trip every month with my family.
Even if it’s a day trip to the state park, having a picnic and walking the trails, or pumpkin farms, the Santa House, whatever. Just a small trip somewhere works 🙂 (although, I need to get creative for these current cold months). But also, not spend too much, because with the right budgeting, we’ll be out of debt by the end of this year or beginning of next year)
 
To just live every day to the fullest!

We only have the life we are living now.. Why not make the best of it?

“Follow Your Bliss and The Universe Will Open Doors For You Where There Were Only Walls.” – Joseph Campbell

 
 
How did you bring in the New Year?
What are your resolutions for 2015?

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