Thirteen Things About 2013

Well, it’s the end of another year and I feel the need to write an obligatory New Year’s post. First, though, I realized that I never shared our holiday card like I have in the past (you can see previous ones here: 2009, 2011, 2012). This year’s card wasn’t very Christmasy because, frankly, I got a late start and wasn’t confident that I’d be able to design, print and send them out before New Year’s. So it’s more of a year in review, really. I’m not dedicated enough to write an annual holiday letter but, looking back, we had a pretty big year so it felt appropriate to include some of the milestones from 2013.

2013 Year in Review Christmas Card

Thirteen Highlights of 2013

  1. January: Celebrated Jason’s 30th birthday with a staycation at the Viceroy in Snowmass.
  2. February: Learned to cross-country skate ski.
  3. April: Survived our first hut trip.
  4. May: Traveled back to Tulsa for Jason’s law school graduation.
  5. June: Traveled to San Francisco for a design conference.
  6. July: Traveled to Austin and Malibu for beautiful weddings.
  7. July: Jason took (and passed!) the Colorado Bar exam.
  8. August: Celebrated Bar exam completion with a staycation at the St. Regis.
  9. September: Our precious niece Wimberley was born.
  10. October: Purchased a new home.
  11. November: Jason was sworn-in to the Colorado Bar.
  12. November: Spent Thanksgiving in Aggieland with family.
  13. December: Celebrated Christmas with family by snowshoeing at Ashcroft.

My new year’s resolution for 2013 was to explore and I feel like we did a pretty good job of that.

Fourteen Goals for 2014

  1. Work smarter, not harder.
  2. Turn the computer off and just walk away.
  3. Write the outline for that children’s book that I’ve had in my head for 3 years.
  4. Make space for spontaneity.
  5. Break ground on our home remodel so, you know, we can actually move in someday.
  6. Step outside each day, get some fresh air and remind myself of who I am and who I want to be.
  7. Spend less time cooking and cleaning.
  8. Spend more time creating.
  9. Replace negative self-talk with encouraging words.
  10. Replace complaining with gratitude.
  11. Replace screen time with face time.
  12. Remember that happiness is the journey, not the destination.
  13. Trust my heart.
  14. Breathe.

Happy 2014! May the coming year unveil the deepest desires of your heart.

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  1. Love your goals for this year!

    Posted February 5, 2014 at 10:32 am | Permalink

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