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2016 Vision Board

I love my vision boards. I've made one each year for the past five years, and while some years it has proven more effective than others, I still enjoy taking the time to plan out my goals for the year. 2015 Vision BoardLet's look back at 2015: Left to Right, Top to Bottom: 1. Create and preserve more memories. 2. Eat healthier, and more of a plant-based diet. Getting better at this. I've gotten into the groove of meal prep on Sundays so that I have healthy lunches ready for the work week. 3. Grow our family. We are now a family of four! 4. Improve upon my sewing skills, learn to quilt. - Nope. Started a new job, had a baby... no more free time. 5. Passion. My word for the year. 6. Publish a book. - Big nope. Will revisit this one in a couple years. 7. Continue playing tennis, perhaps start teaching Mini-me to play this spring. - Nope. Too pregnant. 8. Run bitch. Didn't run much while pregnant, but I've recently started up again. 9. Beautify the yard around our house, gardening both flowers and vegetables. - Nope. Pregnant = Nauseous. On to 2016! Here is this year’s vision board. 2016 vision board sm Left to Right, Top to Bottom: 1. Take a scuba diving trip 2. Grow into my new role as mom to two girls 3. Continue raising my girls to be little heroes 4. New running goals 5. I love this quote from "The Devil Wears Prada," it's a great motivator for me for this new year of business and career goals 6. Spend more time outdoors with the girls and work on our garden 7. Get my pre-baby body back 8. Travel more 9. Eat more of a plant-based diet, inspired by Dudley, also make a trip to visit him in Knoxville this year.
January 5, 2016 - 11:59 am

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