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Goodbye 2014, Hello 2015!

Friday, December 26, 2014

Accomplishments in 2014:
-L.A.Big5K run
-Finally finished my AA degree in Spanish (I'm a translator/interpreter by day, wifey by night LOL)
-Went hiking for the first time

Goals for 2015:
-Get back into running/training
-Lose 50 lbs.
-Organize my home
-Be active everyday
-Be an AWESOME aunt!! =D
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    You can do it!
    2301 days ago
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    emoticon January is going to be so much easier-
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  • LOVINGME1966
    emoticon on your accomplishments! Good luck in the New Year!
    2307 days ago
    Those are some really big goals you accomplished this year!! It looks like you have some great goals ahead for 2015 as well. I was an aunt for 6 years before my husband and I had our son. My nephew is very close to our family and I am so appreciative for that. So, I love your goal for being a great aunt :)

    I saw a blog about having a totally clear countertop and the person commented on how much it spilled over it to all parts of her life such as it now being easier to prepare meals so they eat out less. I think your goal of being organized will have more effects than you expect - it's one of my goals for the upcoming year as well.

    2307 days ago
  • HOTDOG27
    I was encouraged by your goal of also organizing your house. I believe that spills over to having an organized mind which contributes to cooking more nutritionally, shopping efficiently and exercice. Fabulous goals and reminder.
    2308 days ago
    2014 was good for you. 2015 will be great. Keep going. keep going . . .
    2309 days ago
  • GOAL_IS_170
    AWESOME year!!!Best of luck in 2015
    2309 days ago
    You had some great accomplishments this year!
    2309 days ago
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