You guys have seen these posts over the last week right?
Last year my friend Erin did this, and I thought it was a cool idea. Instead of coming up with a million goals that you may or may not achieve, or forget about in a month or so, you just come up with ONE WORD! Think of one word that explains all of your goals for the year.
My word for this year is:
This word can really apply to all aspects of my life! I mean who the heck doesn't have room to grow?
The first thing that I think of when I say that word is my business! I learned a lot in 2014 with design. But I want 2015 to be EPIC! I am working on being more organized. I am setting daily, weekly, and monthly goals. I have even been working with the hubs on some things here and there. I am hoping that 2015 is the year that we accomplish our goal of working together. I know every business owner says this, but I want to see Tiffany Kuehl Designs really GROW this year!
My little family is pretty darn close. But I want to see us GROW even closer. I want to do more together and just enjoy every bit of our time together, even if that time is just sepnt eating takeout and watching Doctor Who at Sydney's request!
I want to GROW this little space of mine. Now, when I say that I don't mean that I want to start sponsoring and earning money. Nope! I have learned in the past that is just not for me. But I want to GROW and develop a sense of community here. I really want to do a better job at posting. Two posts in a month just isn't cutting it. I really enjoy blogging, and it's something that is just for me., so I need to do a better job with it.
Last but not least, I feel like I have a ton of GROWing to do as an individual. I have so much learning to do. I want to work harder at being the best momma and wife for the two most important people in the world. This means doing a better job with the house, making more home cooked meals, getting more fit, and just thinking of more to do together. To be the best for them, I have to be the best me that I can be.
I am pretty freaking happy with my life, but I think that if your honest with yourself you will see that we all have a little room to GROW.