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Happy New Year!


↑ My New Year’s Eve feet.  (And yes, those are Clarks, because I have the knee and back of a 100-year-old.) ↑

Happy New Year, friends!  I hope your very first day of 2014 is going swimmingly.  And, if you happen to be nursing a hangover, I hope it’s subsided by now.  Here’s what I’m looking forward to in 2014:

  • Getting back into eating healthy on a regular basis.  I like to live it up during the holiday season and not worry so much about silly things like “vegetables” and “working out,” so I’m looking forward to getting back on track in the new year.  Y’know, once my vacation is over in a few days 😉
  • Trying a few new workouts — I’d like to get back into doing yoga (more for my mind than my body.  I think I’m the type of person who could really benefit from some forced meditation/relaxation.)  I’m also considering joining KC’s gym so we can workout together on the weekends.  (Because, the couple that sweats together… does laundry together..?  Is there a saying about that?  Probably not.  But anyway.  ROMANCE!  Am I right, guys?)
  • Continuing to embrace my own freedom to do what I want to do when I want to do it, and not feel so tied down by other peoples’ expectations of me.  (Or really, what I probably just perceive as their expectations of me.)  I started doing this last year, and let me tell you, 2013 was one of the best years yet, so I’m looking forward to continuing this one into 2014.
  • Keeping an open mind — there are a lot of potential changes on the horizon for 2014.  I’m working on just enjoying every second of the present, and trying not to think/worry about what could/might happen down the line this year.  Things happen when they’re supposed to, so I’m working on just being thankful for what I have right this second and being happy where I am.

What are your plans for the new year?  Is 2014 going to be the year of you?  I sure hope so!

Happy 2014, people.  It’s going to be an awesome year.

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