Happy New Year everyone and cheers to the holidays being over and hopefully this cold weather! My New Year’s Resolutions for 2018 were quick to write – not true for past years. I think I have a good handle on what I want to accomplish this year.
When I first started this blog 6 months ago, I was hoping to learn more about marketing and SEO, but truth be told, I love the fact that I need to blog once a week, that I need to engage with all of you on some level, and that I need to find my voice and make this site unique enough to make you all come back to it every month.
So for this year, 2018, I decided to really focus on moving this blog into what I think it can be – a great snapshot of my view into the New England life. Maybe I won’t attract 100 users a day, or a week for that matter. But I won’t let that deter me from keeping this thing going.
Thinking about my goals for 2018, I have heard from many of you that this year is the time to focus on experiences rather than material things. I’m not sure that is on my list, although I definitely like the idea of an experience-focused year. For me, I am proposing a focus on things that I enjoy doing and for whatever reason stopped doing in 2017. So here’s to 2018 and all the blessings that it has to offer. And please comment below on what you want to focus on this year.
My 2018 New Year’s Resolutions:
1. Run more
2. Knit more
3. Read more
4. Write more
5. Socialize more
Hi Everyone! I finally got the chance to write a blog entry for December. Yay! Finding the time to enjoy the holidays and still keep up with the day-to-day routine is not easy. Especially since I’m a last-minute shopper at heart and it’s very stressful. I think it’s due to getting caught up in the season so much so that I realize too late – usually the week before Christmas – that I need to buy gifts. Like, NOW!
I’m having a bit of FOMO this fall season, as I check out my instagram feed and drool over all of the cool photographs of New England and the foliage. How the heck do you all do it? In any case, I decided I would share my fall 2017 bucket list to remind myself of things I would like to do before winter arrives. Leave comments below if you want to share your bucket list too. Enjoy!
Confused about how to help Irma, Harvey victims? Look no further. I have canvassed the internet to come up with a list of the most popular charities where you can make donations.
So, how is your July going? Usually when the July 4th holiday rolls around, I’m trying to make plans for my summer vacation in August. This year, I decided to schedule that vacation in July, which makes it an even more crazier time to plan.
I’m still on a natural high from seeing the 80’s band, Huey Lewis and The News perform at Indian Ranch last weekend, so much so that it left me wondering, “Do other people have this much fun watching a bunch of 60 year-old’s play live?” Dunno. But here are five reasons why I think you would enjoy it – and if you haven’t seen Huey Lewis and The News live – you need to add them to your bucket list.
B-iiiiiiiG Papi! The day I waited in line to meet the Red Sox great.