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2014 Goals - Where I ended up

While reviewing my goals from the past year, I managed to successfully fat-finger my keyboard and erased my entire 2014 Goals post. Crap.

I got a quick peek of them before the slipped away from me.

Here's what I did accomplish:
  1. I had a baby - a beautiful baby girl, Cora
  2. I ran one 5K in the spring, not too bad for about 8 weeks post partum
  3. I had a girls weekend scrapbooking
  4. We booked our summer rental
  5. I met my BFF's adorable little girl
  6. Cameron was potty trained (a week after Cora was born, just in time)
 Here's what I didn't accomplish:
  1. I didn't read 3 books, not even fun ones - I blame my netflix binging
  2. We didn't scale back Christmas as much as I'd hoped, but it was slightly scaled down
  3. I didn't obtain my pre-pregnancy weight by our anniversary.  I did achieve this for the first 6 weeks of Cora's life, but then I managed to put on a cool 15 pounds.  Nursing takes off the pounds my ass.  Depressing.
  4. I didn't get as far as I'd like to scrapbooking, however I am loving the new project life system and I finished 2011's book.
  5. I am still working on Cameron's blanket. It is a hobby that lends itself more to winter anyways, I've still got lots of skeins to go on it though.
All in all, 2014 was amazing for me.  My family became complete, my family stayed healthy, the job has been 1000x better, loved ones around me shared many joys, and I have my dream kitchen now too.  That said, 2014 seemed to be stirring up things with me the past 8 weeks of the year.  We'll see where those things all end up, but I can tell it won't be an easy fix.  Maybe I'll share more about that later. It definitely made up for 2012.

Stay tuned for my 2015 Goals list.

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