Looking Forward to 2015

And so it ends, another goodbye to another year. Hopefully everyone has accomplished many exciting adventures and had many quality experiences. I feel as I haven’t accomplished very much this year and since I am turning the big 3-0 in little over a week, I feel the need to really sit down and decide what I want to do for 2015.

Although I have lived a life thus far full of travels over 12 countries, a handful of states, and met a wide diversity of people, along with all I’ve done in my personal life,Me and my daughter I feel the push from this large upcoming number of an age to really drive myself to do more this new year.

Here’s my 30 goals for my 30th year:

1.) 365 Photography Project
2.) Read 6 books in 2015
3.) Travel to a different state that I haven’t been to
4.) No internet one day a week
5.) Weigh 120, lose about 20 lbs
6.) Pay off credit card
7.) Indoor sky diving
8.) Volunteer at something
9.) Ride a horse
10.)Eat healthier
11.)Get back into blogging
12.)Go ziplining
13.)Explore a new town
14.)Try a new hair color
15.)Go river rafting
16.)Say “yes” more
17.)Take a flight somewhere
18.)Take a train
19.)Go to a concert
20.)Visit a new island
21.)Join a club or group
22.)Write more poetry
23.)Pick up a part-time job
24.)Study a new language – Spanish (duolingo.com)
25.)Take my daughter to the Seattle Aquarium
26.)Take a tour of underground Seattle
27.)Try new foods
28.)Move into a bigger place
29.)Have more date nights with Hubby 🙂
30.)Enjoy living in the moment more

As I turn 30 and start another new year, I will not turn to being depressed at what I leave behind, instead I will be excited to what lies ahead… another year of growth and adventure!

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A New Spin to a New Era

Hello all! I can’t believe it’s been over a year since I have left a blog; absolutely mind-blowing!

I have gone through my 29th year of life without the joy of blogging, but joyfully staying super busy with the most beautiful child in the whole world. She has created a rewarding adventure in my life, but I have to admit, do miss traveling. Hopefully, she will catch the travel bug and will love to travel with her crazy mama!

So, I may not have traveled to any foreign lands in 2014, but I did have the chance to camp and explore the area around Mount Rainier (which I will post later on about).

Many of my posts will encompass my new decade of life, as I am turning the big 3-0 at the beginning of the year, therefore I will be planning on accomplishing more and taking more photos to share. I look forward to sharing my experiences and pictures with you all in the new year to come!