For the next 10 days (with a little break on Christmas day), I’m going to recap the last decade—probably some of the most emotional years of my life. Now, these are just some of my favorites across the last decade, I obviously can’t include everything. When it comes to TV shows, I only chose shows that had a premiere date starting 2010 or after, hence why favorites like Parks and Recreation and Community aren’t on the list. I hope you enjoy!
I found this End of Year Reading Survey over at Pages and Pugs and thought this would be fun!
I got to do a lot of fun things this year. 2018 has probably been the best year I’ve had in a long time. I went to Disney on both coasts, I went to panels for some of my favorite TV shows. Saw some great comedy shows before leaving LA. For my birthday I visited the Pacific Northwest to be with some of my best friends from college. I love seeing my friends accomplish so much in both their professional and personal lives. I moved across the country—okay that sucked, but it still happened. Finally I took in a lot of great entertainment!
2018 was the best year I’ve had in quite awhile. My health wasn’t the best, but it didn’t completely fall apart like it has the past few years. I managed to stick to some of the goals I set for myself at the beginning of the year, which is pretty incredible, especially when it comes to my usual track record. I used to make resolutions every year but I rarely ever stuck with them. This was the first year that I feel like I actually showed some growth. By calling them goals, I feel like there isn’t as much pressure and I think that’s why I was much more successful. Here are some of my accomplishments and then some of my goals for this next year.
HAPPY CHRISTMAS!!!! And if you don’t celebrate, HAPPY DECEMBER 25TH!!!!! We had our holiday celebrations early because my sister has to work on actual Christmas. She flew out to Florida for the week, we saw some movies, went to Walt Disney World, and had our Christmas. For this tag, I pulled random Winter/Christmastime questions to answer, so this isn’t an official tag.
So far, I have read 52 books in 2018—meaning I’m halfway through my goal of 100 books for the year!