A look back at 2014

As 2014 comes to a close, we can all reflect on what we accomplished during the past year, along with what we’d like to change and new goals to set and reach in 2015. I have much to be thankful for this year. We’ve settled into our new home and found a new balance with life, work, and fitness. Joe and I were fortunate to travel to Belize and Honduras earlier this year to rejuvenate and temporarily escape from our hectic day-to-day life. I was also very fortunate to take a biking trip with my dad in Italy. And, I had numerous coffee dates with my mom where we talked about life, work, family and God.

Not all goals were reached and I have many things I’d like to change and new accomplishments to strive for in 2015. Two of my biggest goals this year are to create a workout/training calendar and compete in at least two races (triathlon or cycling). (I’ll have a more detailed goals plan later this week that I will share with you, so stay tuned!) 🙂

As I reminisce about the year past, what I have and have not accomplished, I can’t help but to smile. (So cliché, I know, but so true.) What a year it has been; so many memories made. The photos above are just a glimpse into what 2014 encompassed; the food I ate, the people and memories that I will always cherish, and the experiences that will forever be a part of me. I’m not sure what 2015 will bring, but if it’s anything like this past year and if I can focus my goals along with my mind and body, it will be one of the best years yet. I wish you all a happy and healthy new year!

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