Yearly Archives: 2012
I always look at the “year in review” posts on other blogs and get so jealous of all the good stuff they post. The collages, the pictures, the sentiments all so perfectly expressed…I really wish I could do that too.
Lately I’m lucky to snap a picture on Instagram, let alone post to my blog. December has been a very self involved month for me. I’ve spent a lot of time away from the computer, looking inward. I have some things I need to change in my life, and I’m trying to figure out how to best do that. That’s a post for tomorrow though.
In the meantime, good stuff from 2012: HAHAHA. Seriously? I blogged a lot of recipes, some snow storm pics and a lot of Simple Woman’s Day Books. The Day Books are good because they’re pretty personal–but I only averaged around 4 posts a month. I guess if I want to make the neat collages and great year in review posts, I might want to actually BLOG something, right?
I take lots of pictures and video of Little Man’s activities–do I post them? No. I pretty much suck at photography when it comes to food, although I’m slowly learning. It doesn’t help that our lighting is horrid a lot of the time and I don’t know how to achieve better lighting. Perhaps a photography class is in order.
So once again, the new year is upon us and I will make a resolution to blog more this year. Actually, what I need to do is schedule my time better, because I want to blog, but I need to make it a priority. There are a few things I will be doing for myself this year and in the future–I’ve spent my whole life doing for every one else, and my family has come to a place where I can finally take some time for myself without stressing out about it. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve done things for myself in the past…but I would drop it in a heart beat if someone else needed something. I don’t have to do that nearly as much anymore, and that feels pretty good.
Anyhow, I’m off. I have to go snag some supplies for my appetizer buffet that I serve on New Year’s eve.
We’ll see where the path that winds through 2013 takes me, and I’m hoping to share more of it with you guys.