Saturday, January 3, 2015

Happy 2015!


Hope everyone had a great holiday season!

Me? I'm still stuffed I believe. Lot's of great F words were part of my enjoyment: food, family, friends, fun, and flu . . . bummer for this last one, eh? Sick kids & sick me. But that didn't affect the good times too much, thank goodness. 


Now on to the new adventures 2015 has in store for us. 
Who is excited? I know I am! 

I'm not doing resolutions because ugh, the pressure for something I might give up before the month is over just sucks. BUT I'm working on a doable realistic plan for the year and stick to it as much as I can. Accountability without adding too much to the plate might be key for me and my tiny little bosses. Either way . . . 


Let's make this year one to remember, shall we? ;)

14 comments:

  1. Happy new year! We also had the flu in our household, nursed everyone else, so now of course have it :( I've changed my resolutions this year into planning, and everything is in bite sized chunks. I'm hoping it will be a much more positive way to move forward - we'll see! x

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  2. Sorry about being sick.
    I don't do resolutions but I do set goals. Hope we both accomplish a lot this year.

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  3. Happy New Year! Goals are way better than resolutions. Bit more flexible! =) Hope everyone's feeling in tip-top shape soon.

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  4. Happy New Year. Those weren't the f words that came to mind, but yours were better. Looking forward to more laughs from your blog this year.

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  5. Happy New Year Katherine! I've missed you. so sorry that you had the flu. Not a good way to start the year, but that means it can only get better from there.

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  6. happy new year! and ugh, I feel like everyone has the flu and I'm totally paranoid about getting it (stupid flu shot didn't seem to work this year!) feel better! The good thing is, you're getting it out of the way early so the rest of the year will be awesome! :)

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  7. Happy new year! Sorry you and the kiddos were sick. I think you're smart to make realistic goals.

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  8. Happy New Year! I have a few goals, but I don't do resolutions either. They're too easy to break. Goals are something I can work towards and make todo lists for and seem much easier to achieve. Maybe it's the wording. ;)

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  9. Happy new year. Hope you get to feeling better and those kids too. They are too cute to be sick :P.

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  10. Sorry to hear about the flu...hope everyone's feeling better now.

    I set goals/resolutions every year. I accomplish about half of them every time.

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  11. Happy New Year, SK! Hope you and your little cuties are feeling much better now.

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  12. Making resolutions has the same effect on me as going on a diet. All I have to do is mention them and I'm either anxious or hungry. Sometimes both.

    Happy Resolution-Free New Year.

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  13. Happy New Year! Sorry to hear you were sick, but kudos to you for dropping resolutions. They're just not worth it. Our 'goals' for the year? Write more novels. That's it. It may be disorganized chaos, but it's worked out okay for us so far.

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