Happy New Year!  I hope your holidays were full of wonder and joy and that the new year is off to a glorious and creative start.  I know, I know, I'm BEYOND late with the holiday wishes.  The thing is, I've  REALLY been enjoying the time off! In fact, I enjoyed it so much, I've been prompted to make a few changes with my blogging.   
A new year always encourages me to make changes in my life, despite knowing that those changes might (probably) not last much longer than a month or two.  Along with personal and family goals involving connecting, nurturing and simplifying, I have re-evaluated my blogging goals.  

This year I will be blogging less; once a week instead of 2 or 3 times like I did in 2013.  There are three main reasons for this:
  1.  My shoulder and wrist are suffering from too much computer time and so far this blogging gig doesn't come with a massage benefits package.
  2. My notebook-making business has been growing really well over the past couple months and I want to spend more time building it up.  Making stuff feeds my creativity and contentment; I need to make it a priority.  
  3. And lastly, I just want to spend more time with my kids, trying out some of the activities I see on the amazing blogs out there without the pressure (from myself!) of constantly planning original content and documenting our activities.
Another change you will be seeing on here is that I intend to focus more on Dance, since that is the strand that my kids have been enjoying most these days.  Looking forward to sharing our dancing experiences with you!

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7/7/2017 09:14:26 pm

New Year's isn't complete without new year's resolution. Almost all people are doing this because they are aware that there are things that should be change in their personality as well as to their lives. Some may fail to do everything they've written on their lists, but what's important is they have tried. But it would be great if they'll make those resolutions into a reality.


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