Two Thousand Fourteen

Thursday, January 02, 2014


After spending a week on vacation visiting my friends up North, I'm finally back in the slightly warmer South! I had a great time in New Jersey/Atlantic City, Philadelphia, and New York City just sightseeing, eating so much good food that I actually started to miss my veggies, and, most importantly, laughing and having fun with the friends I made from TTT. I didn't take many photos this time. Maybe I should have, to "preserve the memories", but I wanted to let things happen as it comes without living with a camera plastered to my face all the time or constantly Instagramming.

But as for 2014...wow can you believe it's already another year?! 2013 was filled with so many highs and too many rock bottom lows. From being fortunate enough to visit the three largest cities in the States all in one year: NYC, LA, and Chicago, to being able to be with Jon more times than we could've possibly imagined, to traveling to new places and fulfilling the wanderlust in me, to finally finding a good balance between academics and a social life, to my internship, to my great group of friends and forever loving family.

With such a crazy year, I'm anxious as to what this new year will bring. I'm not sure if I'd want to live every day of it again, but happiness, good health, lots of laughter, more love, good academics, and becoming a better me is what I hope for.

For my 2014 new year's resolution, one of them will be to write 3 positive things that happen to me each day. As an added bonus, write the best one on a slip of paper and place it in a jar. At the end of the year, dump them out and reminisce over the year. We often let the sad or stressful take over mind and push out the happy. Love the little things. Think positive! I can see this turning into a mini diary too, but it's all good. Writing is the my best form of therapy. Try it if you haven't!


Cheers to 2014!

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2 comments

  1. Haha, a good one I heard was to stop talking to people on social media as much but to actually talk to them in person! :)

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  2. oooo, good one! at least some people our age are actually aware of how much time is spent on social media. Time for the real world!

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