Notice: This entry was published 4 years ago and may no longer reflect my views today.
Happy new year, everyone! I was going to skip a yearly recap post, believing that I didn’t have a very interesting year when it’s clearly the opposite. Things are a blur to me nowadays with so many things going on. I hardly have time to sit down and reflect on what I’ve accomplished because there’s always more to do. I feel like all my significant events this year happened years ago. I barely even remember anything from six months ago. Welp, that’s what this blog is for.
So here we go, a little recap of 2014!
This year, I…
- Started blogging again after being gone for a long time
- Vacationed in Taiwan
- Visited the Sunflower Student Movement site
- Moved from Vegas to Philly, and drove across the country for it
- Successfully switched careers
- Made lots of new friends online! You guys are great. Stay flawless, my lovelies. ♥
All in all, an awesome year.
Did I complete my New Year’s resolution?
NO, I DID NOT. :’D
My resolution this year was to do my nails more often. I was really good the first few months. I painted my nails every week, and I even learned how to do some nail art! But I got busier and busier and I started neglecting my nails again. One day, I realized my polish was chipping really badly, so I just took it all off and I haven’t looked at my polish collection since. Maybe I should start again this coming year…
There’s a six selfies tag going around on Tumblr, but I wanted to do it here. I changed up my hair a lot this past year. I went from black, waist-length hair to light brown, chopped it off to shoulder length, went blonde, cut it even shorter, and then back to black again. I never want my hair to stay the same. Here’s to even more transformations in 2015!
Goals for 2015
Keep learning, keep improving. Finally finish my Rails side project. Learn even more recipes. Get a better camera.
I hope you all have a wonderful 2015. This year might have been great for you, might have been absolute crap. If it was great, I hope the next year is even greater. If not, then you did awesome getting through this year. It might not feel like it, but you showed strength to see the end of the year. Stay strong; we’re here for you. I believe in you. Don’t give up!
Signing off 2014 with all my heart,