Peace Out 2015


Does anyone else feel like as you get older the years just start flying by? I want to go back to when I felt like Christmas was never going to get here. This year has flown by and has come with so many changes in my life ( good and bad).  The holiday season as I’m sure it was for a lot of you was crazy and I wasn’t able to post as much as I wanted. But now its new years eve and I decide to sum up my year and share some goal…{i might begin to ramble so I apologize in advance}

I first want to say I am so thankful for having Life After Letters as my creative outlet and having people who follow along. It has been just over a year since I decided to start blogging and it truly has given me the opportunity to refocus and find what I enjoy doing. It has helped shape my career path and I am exploring opportunities I never though possible because of it!

Now for some past goals…

I accomplished a little over half my holiday bucket list this year but again back to the time it just flys bye! One of my favorite things I crossed off was brunching in the city and seeing the windows with my sister and mom! Its was nice to just spend the day roaming the city and sipping mimosas.






I also set the personal goal of posting more regularly and at that didn’t always go as planned but its still a work in progress and hopefully its something I can finally do in 2016.

Goals for the new year….

I have mentioned it here and there but I am still job hunting after making the decision to leave a job that just wasn’t making me happy. I have some great opportunities in front of me and I would love to have it all figured out by the end of January. A new year and a new job I think goes very nicely together.

Travel more! I want to get out and see more…this is a big goal I have for the new year and I was to be spontaneous about it. I have something excited planned for the first week of the new year and I cannot wait to share where I’m off to!

Spend more time with the ones I love! This year taught me that life is short and tomorrow is never promised. Working long hours and being driven is great but if you come home every night and everyone is already asleep and you’re leaving for work before anyone is awake is it really worth it?

Well this is getting a bit long but 2015 was a great year and I learned a lot!I hope everyone can raise there glasses tonight surrounded by the ones they love and toast to happy and health new year!

Happy New Year! Cheers!

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