Happy New Years, Dreamers! Another year to dream and live life fully. I’m not going to do new years resolutions because I already have my 26 Things to Do this year, but I am going to show what I’ve been grateful in 2013 and a project for 2014.
2013 was full of accomplishments. Moving into a new apartment, landing my first full-time writing job, getting married to Mike, and getting featured in Refinery 29. It was a great year and I can’t wait to see what 2014 has in store for me. I already know work is going to get better with some changes that happened, so I know I’ll be more financially stable and happier. Woohoo!
Let’s take a look at the 5 most viewed DTG posts of 2013.
2. Dreamer: Danny Sobor from Milk Supply Co.
4. Dreamer: Ashlee Piper from The Little Foxes
I love that our Dreamer posts are the most popular. Just shows that this is an awesome website to promote others’ dreams. Let’s start helping each other out! I can’t wait for another year of inspiring people. I just have to ask all of you to please help me make these posts more frequently. Tell me who you want to learn about, contact me if you’d like to be a dreamer. It’s super easy and quick. Just follow what the How to be a Dreamer Tab says.
I’d love to switch up the questions for Dreamers this year, so let me know what questions you want answered!
Now, for my 2014 project. Mike immediately said “scrapbooking, really?!” But I don’t think it is. I want to make a yearbook for our little family. Thanks to Pinterest, I saw eighteen25‘s post about her Blurb book and I thought it was brilliant. Not only will it force me to take more pictures, but it will be a way to capture all the good times and adventures of 2014 and years to come. I’m pretty excited about it. I know I’ll at least have one photo of me and Mike in it for all the months thanks to my 26 Things to Do.