Goals For 2018

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Yearly goals are kind of like flossing. For a while, you’re killing it, you’re in your groove, your gums are shining brighter than when you lie in bed at night scrolling Instagram on your phone, and you are feeling great. But then, out of the blue, without any iPhone notifications or calendar invites, you stop. Your life gets busy, you don’t wake up early enough to make a cup of coffee AND floss your teeth, and your floss routine slides further back into your memory than that one time you accidentally said “you too” after your barista told you to enjoy your coffee. Your gums bleed and your dentist is basically already drafting his “be a better person” speech to you while you will sit there in shame.

Now that we’ve gotten our daily dentist reference out of the way, and now that you’ve decided to never read this blog again, I’m going to tell you my goals for 2018.

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  1. Host more parties. I’m pretty sure I was built for party hosting, and I have a house that is basically the perfect size for having people over. Planning an appetizer menu is my idea of euphoria. “OH, LET THEM EAT CAKE!!!!!” – me, in 2018.
  2. Cook more. I looooooove cooking. Give me a glass of wine and a recipe and lock me in the kitchen for hours, and I will be overwhelmingly happy. I want to cook more this year, which isn’t really a change from this year, but it’s just something that I really enjoy doing that I’d like to continue this year.
  3. Blog more. I used to do this a lot. Like, a lot. Raise your hand if you were here for the failed outfit post and makeup reviews and life advice posts. I want to get back to blogging more, because it’s a great creative outlet and a hobby that makes me really happy.
  4. Spend more time with friends. Working a full time job can be exhausting, and sometimes I forgot to actually spend time with my friends. Friends are so important, and especially living in a city away from my family, my friends are basically like my extended family. One of my favorite quotes is “Invest in the people who invest in you.”
  5. Travel. My parents took my siblings and I on a lot of trips growing up, so I’ve pretty much had the travel bug since I could walk. There’s so many places I want to go to, and I have no idea where I’m going to end up this year. 2019? Already have that planned (Hi, London.) 2018? Not so much. Stay tuned!

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What are your goals for 2018? Do you like flossing? Let me know in the comments.

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