Another year has gone by? Can you believe it?!
I have to admit, this has been an exciting year for me. I made some pretty gutsy decisions. For starters, I decided to reinvent myself. I quit an industry that I spent over 10 years trying to build myself in. Only to realize one day, it wasn’t for me. I needed more. I needed a sense of gratification. I needed passion.
Secondly, back in February, Pink Little Notebook was born. With no real plan, I jumped head first into the blogosphere hoping to create just a small personal space that I can call my own. It was my creative outlet that I could share with my family and friends! Since then, my audience has grown a little past my family and friends and I thank you all for the continued support. It has been an rewarding experience.
One last thing. This was also the year I married my best friend! (I promise I will do a post very soon). Being a newlywed is truly amazing. It also the start of something much greater! I can’t wait to see what this new chapter brings us!
Over this past year, I definitely learned a lot. Although I can’t share it all, I will leave you with this….stay true to yourself no matter what. Never lose sight of the things you love or love to do. They are just as important as anything else in your life. They are a part of what makes you!
So on that note, I wish each and everyone of you a very Merry Christmas and may your new years be filled with all the things that bring you joy!
Now it’s time to enjoy the holiday season. I hope you all return again in 2014!
Merry Christmas to You and your husband. I have enjoyed reading it and want to tell you that it has inspired me to tackle some new home projects in 2014..We live in a home that was built in 1977, in a gated Sr. Citizens community. Both bathrooms have the fiberboard vanities that the builder installed when he built these homes . Replacing them is high on my list for 2014 and also replacing the floor to ceiling sliding closet doors with doors that are more practical. Unfortunately my husband is not physically able to do any of these remodeling projects so we will need to hire them out. We used to do all our own home improvements. So I guess with these in mind, I had better start buying some Md. lottery tickets regularly!
Keep posting your home improvement and decorating projects on your blog;You never know who might find inspiration from reading it. I wish you continued success in all your endeavors.