What did 2013 mean to me?
2013, I started January the year’s goal of:
- Getting on a healthy diet
- Looking good AND feeling comfortable in a two-piece swimsuit
- Saving money
- Cutting down on coffee
- Dating an actually decent male, whom I can converse with
- Trying to act mature (this was the MOST difficult)
…and the list goes on. I know some of you might have had similar things on your lists. Did you actually stick with it? If you did, I GIVE YOU ALL RESPECT! YOU ARE AWESOME!? For me? The healthy diet part, I started and went off track for a little bit and then came back on track. It has been a love/hate relationship between food and I. The swimsuit, didn’t have a chance to go anywhere near the water so that just automatically got passed. Saving money, I did before I took a month trip to the United States and came back to Korea “broke”. Coffee is just part of me, I’m not complete without it nor are my days, so cross that out. Dating? You really want to know? Probably not. Finally, the part where I have act like an adult, I am really trying to be one Monday thru Friday between the hours of 9 AM to 5 PM. How I am or how I can get in the hours outside of the bracket is probably better concealed. I have been coming up with goals for myself every year and somewhere along the months, I seem to forget about them. Is it really necessary for me to make goals for 2014? Or should I just catch the curve ball when it’s thrown at me? Advice?
Well, just because I didn’t accomplish my yearly goals it doesn’t mean I just wasted a full year. Changing career paths and finally diving into something I love. I don’t know if I am good at it, but I know I like doing what I do. Time is ticking, but I think it is never too late to change your career path to something you enjoy or taking on a new challenge that you have never conquered. What’s the fun in life? Taking chances and adventuring out daily is definitely what makes waking up in the morning so much exciting. Also, I had a chance to reunite with my family and friends after almost 4 years in Korea. That time was absolutely special to me. What else? Meeting new people and having a chance to collaborate with new partners is another amazing experience. Writing about restaurants, festivals, concerts, etc. how can things ever get boring? NEVER! As much as I enjoyed 2013, I hope all of you made the best out of it as well. As we are all wrapping up this year today, I hope all of you a safe, warm, and happy New Year’s Eve. I’ll be back NEXT YEAR with more things for you to snoop on!