There have been heaps. Okay, at least a dozen blog posts that I’ve written in my head but never gotten around to posting here this year. Of course there have been a few in years gone by as well, but there has definitely been less activity around here than I was hoping for for the year.
But I digress. It’s been an interesting year. After being miserable in Mount Isa and being diagnosed with depression half way through 2014, I figured 2015 could only be an improvement. And I was right.
We started the year with a bang, by buying our first house and then getting caught in Rockhampton’s first cyclone in 50 odd years.
We headed to Victoria for 2 weddings, one in Feb and a family affair in March. I had been looking forward to that week for 6 months and it did not disappoint!
Our very dear friends visited in April and had a baby girl while staying with us. I know, right? A lot happened in April, actually.
May brought a lot of self-awareness and in turn, the start of some serious self-love. It paved the way for quite an overhaul of body and soul, and it’s also when I started my twice-weekly fit mums class.
We had Darby-doo’s Baptism in June (that I blogged about in September!) and then visitors stayed with us afterwards. It also saw me write this blog post about my dear Hubs.
In July, I joined facebook. It’s been interesting. We also had our nieces stay with us for a week, and I never got around to blogging about it, even though I’ve written the post “I love how they love him” in my head a hundred times. Stay tuned.
We really got into outdoor cooking this year and entertained the neighbours with various delicacies.
I wrote this post in September about being busy that seemed to resonate with a few of you. It also saw me coming out of a bit of a foggy haze. I feel like there were a lot of these posts, both published and not, this year. I’m hoping there will be more action around this in the new year.
In October I shared some “after/current” pics of this year’s hard work so far.
November was a bit light on around here. I started a new monthly post of 10 things on the 10th as well.
And then it was December, and we were in full birthday party swing.
And yeah, it’s now the last day of December, and this is my view for the afternoon.
Unfortunately my poor 101 in 1001 has been very badly neglected this year, and with only 2 months to go until the challenge is over, I’ve gone through the list and picked out the following things I aim to achieve:
011 – Go to a driving range and hit some balls
026 – Do something kind for Hubs every day for a month
033 – Write 20 letters to people (15 to go!)
038 – Go to a Roller Derby
060 – Make pierogi 5 times – 1 more to go!
066 – grow some herbs!
074 – Have my old blog turned into a book
086 – Celebrate my 1000th blog post – 12 posts to go
095 – send a secret to Post Secret
I’ll be updating my 101 in 1001 page in the next few days as it is so horrendously outdated, and I do want to go over my successfully completed items.
So that was the year. It was a bit light on in some areas, but full on in others. I’ve decided to write some ideas for how I want 2016 to look for me, and I look forward to smashing some more goals around my health and fitness.
Won’t you join me?