Hello 2019! The start of the new year is always exciting and full of anticipation for me. This year, more than others – I will get into the details of that in a little bit :). By the end of the year I am always feeling a little bit drained and nostalgic, so a new year is always a perfect excuse to regain my motivation and start the year out strong! In today’s post I will be sharing some goals for the year as well as a new change that will be completely changing my life!
Become healthier! As cliche as this goal is, I really want to start eating healthier and started working out more. I am going to be starting the BBG workout and am feeling optimistic! I definitely will still eat Shake Shack and all of my favorite foods, but in moderation :).
Travel more! I traveled quite a bit in 2018, but this year I hope to travel to more places that I’ve never been. While I do love Charleston, NYC, and Hawaii, I want to branch out more and visit some other places! So far on my list I am hoping to go to Japan, Nashville, and a few countries in Europe! I will be going to Georgia in August and am so excited, as I have never been before!
Minimize clutter! I have been trying to go through my closet and get rid of stuff but it never feels like I’ve done enough! This year I hope to get organized and get rid of things I truly don’t need.
My Exciting New Announcement /
To be completely honest I never thought I would be writing this! While I have never felt like I fit in at my current University, I have never felt that I would leave it either. After going to Parsons and Manhattan College (read about my college journey here) I felt exhausted and just ready to graduate from Northwest whether I liked it or not. That was until I found out about Northwest’s online program. I instantly applied, and got in! Basically..I will be taking all of my classes online, yet will still receive a Business degree and will still get to walk at graduation in May 2020. I am SO excited! Switching to this program gives me a lot more time to travel and work on my blog, but I won’t be sacrificing a degree. Getting my degree is very important to me (and to my family) so I am thrilled that I will still be receiving it, but can’t wait to do so from home/around the world!
Thanks for reading!!!