A Positive Note

Can I just say that I'm so unbelievably thankful that today is Friday? Do I say that every Friday? Yes? Well, I wouldn't want to break that cycle, now would I? Definitely not. 

It's been such a rough week this week, with yesterday being the worst of it I believe. 

Not only in my life, but in the lives of my family members, co-workers, and work in general. Not to mention fellow bloggers - what the heck is up with this week?! Man! I'm just glad to have survived - only, it's not over yet. :(  

Thankfully, as I've already mentioned, it's friday, so that's a huge plus in my book! Also, my boss thought a Donut Friday was in order after this tough week - too bad I'm really trying to stay away from those sweets! I think I'll just eat my sister's amazing chocolate pecan scones instead - yep, they're better anyway! And baked fresh last night - YUMM! 

I also get to spend the entire weekend with my husband, so I'm looking forward to that. We'll be spending a lot of time in the car, but it's a chance for us to reconnect after crazy schedules and whatnot, and really just talk. 

So, although this week has been oh so trying, I'm relishing in the positives and being thankful that this week is now behind me - almost. 


I have joined over 40,000 other women in the current Online Bible Study, Made to Crave. It is a six-week journey via Proverbs 31 Ministries in which you devote time and energy to studying about God, deepening your faith, and quite possibly changing your life. Head over to Proverbs 31 to find out more. It's also not too late to sign up, if you're interested. 

This study is all about satisfying your deepest desire with God, not food. I turn to food on so many occasions, it's pretty much ridiculous. I'll almost never turn down food when it's offered {unless it's spicy and/or contains cilantro}. I'm an emotional eater, but along with 40,000+ other women, I'm determined to crave God instead of food. 

This week, we're talking determination

firmness of purpose; resoluteness.

Honestly, the word of the week could not be more fitting for me, personally. It was a tough week all around.

I haven't been doing too well with this study. There, I said it. I've found that it's been difficult to keep up with, but mostly because there is so much else going on, and the time that I want to devote to it just isn't there. There's always something else to do or that needs to be done. But I'm not letting that get me down. I'm determined to break free from the cycle I've created for myself and not only catch up on this study, but spend the necessary time to relish in what I'm reading. #determination

Part of my difficulty with the study was that I was reading the wrong book. Epic fail, y'all. See, the author, Lysa Terkeurst, also wrote a version of Made to Crave, minus the food aspect and is geared specifically toward young women. I wasn't understanding how the material that I was receiving in my email wasn't adding up to what I was reading. But seeing that I was already struggling with keeping up, I didn't pay any mind to it. Well, this week, I've been determined to catch up and truly devote time and energy to the study, as I knew it could change my life. By finally doing so, I realized I had the wrong version of the book {the cover art is exactly the same!}. I was defeated and had a huge moment of weakness. My determination was gone. I was ready to throw in the towel and just forget about the whole thing - I was behind anyway, what would it matter? It mattered. I was uplifted by several people to not be discouraged or allow Satan to take over. Several people from the study itself offered to purchase the book online and have it shipped directly to me. Y'all, the generosity hit my heart like a ton of bricks! I also looked into purchasing the book in store, as I wanted to get back on the wagon as soon as possible! It was in stock at Barnes & Noble, but it was $16.99. I couldn't justify paying that {again} for the book. So, just for fun, I looked to see if the Family Christian Store had a copy. Not only did they have a copy, it was on sale! On my lunch break, I headed over to pick up my copy and finally get back on track. I purchased the book for $8.11. Is God good or what?! I was determined to fight against the odds and not break the bank. #determination

Determination also played a key role in other areas of my life this week, not only with this study. I have several other commitments that I've been giving excuses for not keeping up with, but this week, I've been determined to change that. I'm OVERRULING my excuses. No more, "I'll do it tomorrow." No more, "It doesn't matter when it gets done." No more. #determination 

determination affirmations wordle

I'm also determined to be more organized in my life - to really use my planner and feel more at peace that I know what all is going on and when things need to be done. Working two jobs, plus overtime has really spread me thin, so being organized is truly going to help every single day. #determination

As always, Colten has been so unbelievably amazing through all of my long nights, tired fights, and all around lack of energy to do anything but eat and sleep. I'm determined to not only manage my work schedule better {B12 is my hero}, but to also make time for my husband. Whether he needs me to just help around the house more or to listen to how his day went, I'm determined to be there for him and be a better wife. #determination

I'm also really trying to focus on myself. As important as it is to be there as a wife, daughter, sister, friend, it's more important to not lose myself in the process. I'm determined to take the time I need to make myself better mentally, physically, and spiritually. If I need to recharge, I'll do it and not feel guilty for taking that time for myself. That doesn't mean I have to neglect my loved ones, but I can do both, and I will. :) #determination

Most importantly, I'm determined to deepen my faith and better my relationship with the Lord. I've steadily gotten better at studying Scripture and attending mass on Sundays, but I know there is much more that I can and will do. God has great plans for me, and I plan to live according to His will, wherever the path may lead. #determination

What are you determined to do? 

Hey, Haley!

Happy hump day! It's Wednesday, and the roads are cleared up from yesterday's craziness. It iced again here, which meant that basically the entire city was shutdown, except it wasn't. Our office delayed opening to 10am, which was super amazing because it meant I was able to sleep in for two extra hours! Yes, please! Then, at 9:00am, I got the call that they were delaying opening for another two hours, so I turned around and headed home. I was pretty disgusted with the fact that they (as in the city in general) waited until the last minute to make a decision on whether businesses and schools would be delayed or even closed for the day. One school in particular literally decided to close for the day like two minutes before classes were to start, and buses had gone out to pick up children - it ultimately led to livid parents and children who were on the bus for hours. Not cool, Austin. Not cool.  

Anyway, I'm here today to tell you about my super cool and amazing bloggy friend! Her name is Haley and she blogs over at Truth Be Told! She's a Canadian, and she loves her some snail mail! {which reminds me, I need your address, girl!}

Truth Be Told

This picture sums up what I think about Haley - she's hilarious, y'all! She's one of my regular commenters, and I always look forward to her quirky and hilarious take on my post for the day. She's also super sweet and encouraging! No matter what I'm going through or facing, she always brightens my day with some quick words of wisdom. She's also a new momma to a gorgeous daughter, Alina. Check out what their names mean, here

Isn't Alina just precious?! Like mother like daughter, wouldn't you agree? ;) Just look at the resemblance in these two pictures!

Also, Haley's husband is equally hilarious, and I can only imagine that they get into the funniest situations! That's one entertaining couple! Haley does a series on her blog called, Crazy Shit Rob Does! I absolutely love this series and look forward to the things that he gets into! Check out what he's been into recently...here. You won't regret checking it out. Funny, funny stuff. 

Haley is also on a mission...yep, Mission Hot Bod. She's attempting {and succeeding} to get back to the best shape of her life, post baby, and she's such an inspiration. She posts weekly updates and thinks no one reads them or cares, but she's wrong! She had a shaky week this past week, but she's doing such an amazing job and I'm pretty proud of her! You go, girl! 

So, today, I just wanted to encourage Haley and lift her up. She has a lot going on in her life, and she's doing so well balancing everything! She's truly a refreshing soul and I look forward to continuing getting to know her and her sweet family! Go show them some love, y'all! 

Linking up with Casey for CHEERS NOT JEERS
Cheers not Jeers

Wintry Mix.

What?! A snow day?! In TEXAS?! Say it ain't so! 

It wasn't, actually. But it kind of was? 

Friday was considered a 'snow day' here in Austin due to inclement weather. It basically meant that last week was only a three-day work week (score!) and we had another three-day weekend (double score!)! 

I got the email, phone call, and text message from our Emergency Hotline at around 5:30am that our offices were closed for the day. It basically made my whole day, and so early in the morning! I couldn't go back to sleep, so I was up for a few hours, loving my Facebook newsfeed as everyone was excited about the weather. Some people called it an icepocalypse, and others referred to it as a snow day. Personally, I prefer to say that Texans can't handle a little wintry mix. Ha! It's true. 

And a wintry mix it was! Some parts of Texas received a bit of snow, while others mostly got ice. Austin had a mix of both, which didn't last long at all. As you can see in the picture above, only parts of the ground have white stuff on it, while others were just crunchy due to the ice. Ace hated it. Poor guy - he was so cold! He's cold-natured anyway, so the ice on his little paws was over the top for him. He definitely didn't push to go outside more than he absolutely had to all day! 

The absolute best recap of this event can be found over at Austin Republic. Check it out here. Seriously, you won't be sorry! 

And after all of the craziness surrounding the #icepocalypse, yesterday graced us with seriously gorgeous weather - it was in the mid-seventies all day! But alas, we're expecting more wintry mix tomorrow ... we'll see! 

A Raging Battle

I have joined over 40,000 other women in the current Online Bible Study, Made to Crave. It is a six-week journey via Proverbs 31 Ministries in which you devote time and energy to studying about God, deepening your faith, and quite possibly changing your life. Head over to Proverbs 31 to find out more. It's also not too late to sign up, if you're interested. 


Food isn't the only thing that tempts to destroy our physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.  What other things do you currently crave more than God?

To answer this question, I really want to take a look at the definition of crave
  1. 1.
    feel a powerful desire for (something).
  2. synonyms:long for, yearn for, desire, want, wish for, hunger for, thirst for, sigh for,pine for, hanker after, covet, lust after, ache for, set one's heart on,dream of, be bent on,
     itch for,be dying for
A powerful desire. To long for, desire, hunger for, covet, lust, be dying for. Could there be a more powerful word out there? Wow! 

This question makes me sad. Yes, sad. Why? Because currently, the answer is a long list of things. Things like craving an hour at the end of the day to watch a television show, those girl scout cookies my boss keeps offering, a day off from job #2, my husband to finish school, that cute pair of shoes and a new scarf, completing a Pinterest project for once in my life, a clean house, a magic cure for the unlimited piles of laundry sitting in our house, more time in a day... this list goes on and on. Sadly.  

When I'm lonely, I crave my husband, family time, and friends. 
When I'm angry, I crave space and bitterness. 
When I'm frustrated, I crave miracles and answers. 
When I'm tired, I crave sleep. 
When I'm happy, I crave unending time for the happiness to last. 

Now, let's go back to the definition of CRAVE. How amazing would it be to truly crave God in each of those moments? Instead of lusting after material things that don't matter, crave God. Desire, yearn for, be dying for, ache for GOD.

Just those two words: Crave God. Think about that. I've been focusing on those two little words all week long, and it's been a great start to this study! 

Our word this week is EMPOWERED
I feel empowered to make it through this study, and truly be committed to it. 
I'm empowered to make a lifestyle change, and truly strive to crave God more than material things that will never last. 
I'm empowered to share my story. 
I'm empowered to not let others' opinions and thoughts of me get the best of me. The best is for my Savior and Creator. The best is in His hands. 

My soul yearns, even faints,
    for the courts of the Lord;
my heart and my flesh cry out
    for the living God.
PSALM 84:2

Mandisa's song Overcomer is our theme song for this study, and it's a powerful one! I'm empowered to be an overcomer and begin to crave God in my life. In the good times and bad, Crave God

It's a raging battle, to continually fight against worldly cravings. But it's a battle that I will not stop fighting. It's a battle that I am fighting, along with the other 40,000+ women in this study. It's a battle that is worth fighting for. Will you fight? 

P31 OBS Blog Hop

What do you crave? 

A Glimpse into Parenthood

It's inevitable: a baby post. 

*Disclaimer: I am NOT pregnant* 

Colten and I want kids, but when the time is right for us {which in our opinion, isn't right now}. We are focusing on other things that are important to us right now in the stage of our lives we're in. Vague enough? Good. :) 

With that being said, we have baby fever! We know it's best to wait {and wait we will} and we also know that God already has it all planned out, if we are meant to be parents. Regardless, it seems like all of our friends are pregnant and popping out babies! Ahhhh! And with social media, it's plastered in my face every single day! I'm unbelievably happy for all of our friends and wish the best for all the parents/parents to be! It's so exciting! But with that, Colten and I are content on waiting for our time. 

We had the opportunity recently for a glimpse into parenthood. As in, we were completely responsible for human lives that depended on us. Whoa. I was never into the babysitting business and didn't watch other people's children for any period of time on my own, for no other reason than I just didn't. 

With that being said, Colten and I kept two of our cousins for a few days at our place. I admit, I was nervous! They were not in their home with all of their things, how was I supposed to keep them occupied and to where they weren't bored out of their everloving minds?! What would we DO with them all day? I like to be lazy, but these girls are so energetic! We don't have a backyard ... what will we do?! They're also probably pretty picky when it comes to their food...what would we feed them? Would they be miserable the entire time? I mean, it was for two nights and two days! 

Now, it wasn't a glimpse into taking care of a completely helpless baby, as they are 8 and 12 years old. They can do things on their own. 

Like cooking supper {they even shredded the cheese with a potato peeler because their cousin does not own a cheese grater...}.

And taking selfies...

And posing with random things in the store! 

They also can buy things on their own, like a giant duck to add to their ever-growing barnyard in their room! 

And holding hands crossing the gigantic parking lot and standing still long enough to capture our shadows.

And playing fruit ninja until their little arms felt like falling off...

And talking Colten and I into taking them to JumpStreet! 

Hilary met us there, and we captured this gem mid-air. =) 

Colten was in heaven, y'all! He is a kid at heart, and he's so endearing to watch around children. I know he'll make a great father some day! But that day, he was giant cheeto! We could always spot him, bahahaha! 

Overall, it was a great experience! Thanks, Kim, for allowing us to be responsible for your children! I hope they aren't too scarred... ;). We had a blast, and I know the girls did too! I also know they were ready to go home to their mom and dad and their friends. 

What I learned: 
+ Colten and I will be amazing parents, as we will pay attention and sacrifice our wants and needs for those of our children. 

+ We will lose sleep once we have kids. I know, this is a big, giant DUH! But it's so true - Kyra wakes up sooooo early! Luckily, she's old enough to just play on her phone and entertain herself. Our kids will probably be more like Maeve and sleep until noon. We can only hope! 

+ I was actually motivated to do things and be {dare I say} productive! As in, I cleaned the kitchen and did laundry, etc. It's crazy what being responsible for human life can do to you...even if it is only for a few days! I actually am looking forward to this aspect of parenthood. 

+ Life is going to be a blast! I already love Colten and I's relationship so much, and there's seriously never a dull moment. We have our ups and downs, but I wouldn't trade our love for anything! Add a little one {or two, or ten....KIDDING!} to the mix, and I know that our 'every day' will only improve!

+ Our children are going to be oh so loved! Not only by us, but by their aunt and uncle and grandparents as well! Hilary came out and joined us at JumpStreet after work and an appointment. We all had a blast! We even introduced Kyra and Maeve to the fabulousness of Olive Garden! Can you believe they didn't even know what it was?! Oh my goodness...they know, now!

So, there you have it! A glimpse into parenthood

Random Weekend Shenanigans

I am so completely and unbelievably thankful for three-day weekends! It means... 

+ only a four day work week 

+ more time to get things done around the house

+ more time with my husband

+ extra time to blog, even if you don't take advantage of said extra time 

+ time to hang out with family 

+ one less day to pay for gas going into work 

+ more sleep

+ more time to spend with the doggy - he's been soooo good and it was hard to leave him this morning

+ time to really prepare for the week ahead 

+ a break from overtime

So, this past weekend has been fabulous! It was also much needed after two weeks of overtime and two jobs! Woweeee was I tired! 

I enjoyed time with Colten, even if all we were doing was watching a tv show or eating supper. I took down our Christmas decorations - finally! Our home is now prepared for the upcoming month of love ;) {more on that to come later}. I went with Colten and my siblings to a nearby 'park', which resulted in lots of laugh and great quality time together. It also resulted in all of us inviting ourselves over to Hil's apartment for supper :). Thanks sis!! 

I also may or may not have watched an entire season of Betrayal in only two days. #sorrynotsorry. I've had it sitting on my DVR since it first aired back in October, and I finally decided to see what it was about, and I loved it! Obviously, otherwise I wouldn't have watched the entire season. Luckily for me, the season finale aired on Sunday night, so it was pretty much perfect timing! Yesterday also may or may not have included an accidental nap, which was glorious! Is that even a thing? Yes, yes it is. 

It was oh so nice to not have to wake up freakishly early to go to work yesterday. I got things done around the house that needed to be done, all while watching Grey's reruns. Just how I roll! 

Can you tell the guys were completely engrossed in their games? Ha! 

And now, I'll cease telling you about my mundane, but pretty chill weekend. Another weekend that was just my style: nothing super special or crazy, just the glory of the 'every day' and all of the wonder that I find in it. It makes me happy :). 

WARNING: I am not a beauty blogger!

I have joined the #2014BloggerChallenge. 

What is it?
It's a challenge that was created by Gaby from Another Girly Blog to challenge bloggers to write about things they normally wouldn't write about. You'll see the button pictured above on my sidebar for the year as well :).

How does it work?
Each month, there are two prompts that those who signed up for the blogger challenge write about, which are spread out every two weeks. 

So, someone is telling you what to write about?
Sort of. You can choose not to participate in a specific topic if you so choose, or you can do every single one! It's up to you. But ultimately, yes, someone is telling me what to write for TWO POSTS out of the month. 

Why did you sign up?
I chose to participate in this challenge to push myself out of my comfort zone - to blog about something I may not have blogged about otherwise. I signed up because I wanted to meet more bloggers and have a common goal amongst ourselves. Those participating (409 to be exact) are from all around the world, and it's really exciting and fun to meet other women with common interests and those that are completely different from you in different cultures! Basically, for fun, y'all! 


This week's topic is skincare. 

Scary, I know! Why? Well, let's face the music here - no sense trying to beat around the bush. 


Is that enough of a disclaimer? I hope so :). I am not, by any means imaginable, a beauty blogger. I don't buy random products to try out momentarily. I don't claim to know what works for specific skin types. I am not on the up and up of the latest beauty trends, do's, don't's, or otherwise. Get the picture? 

And now, with all of that being said...I invite you to my skincare routine

1// Clean & Clear Morning Burst Scrubbing Facial Cleanser 
This stuff is uhhh-maz-inggg! Seriously. I use this about once or twice a week {I don't like to intensely scrub my face too frequently} and it leaves my skin feeling so soft and smooth! And the scent is to die for! It's packed with yumberry extract {whatever the heck that is!} and strawberry seeds. It almost makes you want to eat it! PLEASE DON'T. I pick it up at our local H-E-B for around $3 or $4, depending on whether a coupon is available ;). 

2// Neutrogena Ultra Gentle Daily Cleanser
I use this cleanser on the daily - every morning and sometimes even at night if my face is still feeling dirty and/or oily. I have sensitive skin, and this stuff works wonders! It always leaves me feeling fresh and clean to begin my day {and sometimes end it}. I've searched high and low {okay, not really} for a good, daily cleanser, and this has been my go-to as of late! And I won't be changing anytime soon. I grab this from the local H-E-B for around $6-$7. 

3// Simple Cleansing Facial Wipes
I use these for removing makeup at the end of the day, prior to washing my face and using the daily cleanser {if I feel like it that night}. They are very gentle on your skin, and it removes makeup pretty well! There is no alcohol, no oil, and it's hypoallergenic. Basically, two thumbs up! Surprise, surprise, these are also found at H-E-B and run about $5-$6. I can usually hold out and stock up when a $2 coupon is available! 

4// Metrogel
I have rosacea. Ugh, I truly hate that word! For many years, I didn't know it was a 'condition' and thought my face was just red all of the time. Unbeknownst to me, it runs in my family and is definitely a condition. That's a story for another day. However, I recently went to my doctor and was prescribed metrogel. This stuff is PRICEY and is not over the counter. You must see your physician to get your hands on this stuff. I'm still in what I'm calling the testing stage of this medication, but so far I'm having pretty good results! The only downside to this {other than the price...even WITH insurance!} is that it's a gel and must be applied before your makeup, which means you also have to allow time for it to dry completely prior to applying anything else. Y'all, that means I have to wake up even earlier {woe is me, I know!} than usual! *sigh* It's worth it though :). I also need to get better at applying this daily, as directed, as it lasts about a month and a half. 

So, there ya have it! The nitty gritty on my daily skincare routine. Nothing super secret or super special. I find that this routine works best for me and I've been very pleased so far! Please keep in mind that these products don't work for everyone - they're just what I'm loving right now! 

What are your go-to skincare products?


Today, I'm choosing to spread some positivity in the blog world, and Casey's linkup is just the place to do it! Every Wednesday, this linkup is live, to spread encouragement, hope, and positivity to fellow bloggers! 

Today, I want to introduce you to two pretty amazing women that I've met through my blog. 

First up is Patty over at A Modern Grace. This girl has a passion for God, crafts, and food, some of my favorite things! She recently shared her growing hatred for shopping malls, and I couldn't agree more! I've loved getting to know this inspiring woman through her blog and look forward to all of the trials and tribulations her and her husband will face with faith this year! She's choosing to focus more this year...check out more about that here. I find that I can always turn to Ms. Patty's blog for encouragement and hope {in humanity}. Go show her some love! 

Next up is Karla from Forever Newly Wedded. We've become pretty good blog friends, and I always look forward to catching up on the shenanigans that her and her husband, Scott, get into. This girl loves love. Seriously! And if you're browsing her blog for a picture of just her, stop right now. You won't find one. That's how much she loves her man - he's in every picture, too! She also gets snow, which I'm not so secretly jealous of... sending Karla some warmth from Texas today! She's cold. And wanting hot chocolate. Anyone in CT willing to hook a sista up?! They also have the cutest pup, Tyson. Lifting Karla up today and encouraging her to just be her, because that's who we all love! :) Go show her some love, y'all! 

Like Living

Yes, it's January 13th and we still have our Christmas decorations up. And we're darn proud of it! Okay, maybe not 'proud'... but I ain't mad! I may or may not be that person that leaves the Christmas decor up until Valentine's Day {I only hope I'm kidding here...but you never know what life will throw our way between now and then!}. I had every intention of de-decorating this past weekend, but that just didn't happen. I had more important things to do. 

Like working 8 hours on Saturday. 

Like visiting a friend in the hospital {he's doing GREAT!}. 

Like spending time with my husband. 

Like spending time with God and praising His works. 

Like reading for fun. Whoa. 

Like giving Ace some quality time. 

Like preparing for another super busy week. 

Like sleeping

Like working on our financials. 

Like enjoying some me time. 

Like laughing uncontrollably at something crazy my husband did. 

Like appreciating the gorgeous 60 degree weather. 

Like catching up on some Pretty Little Liars and Ravenswood. 

Like indulging in some spinach dip. 

Like grocery shopping. 

Like arguing with my husband. 

Like praying. 

Like being deliriously silly from lack of sleep. 

Like falling asleep to some MercyMe. 

Like living

Who cares if my Christmas stuff is still up? The Christmas season only just ended yesterday, as we celebrated Jesus's baptism in the Jordan. I honestly loved walking into church and seeing the Christmas trees and poinsettias still up everywhere. My heart was overjoyed, and I enjoyed the services that much more, singing Hark! The Harold Angels Sing and Angels We Have Heard on High

My tree will be up this week as well, seeing as I'll be working nonstop and tending to other things. This weekend may allow time for tree removal, but if it's not, I'm okay with that. I'd much rather be doing the little things that make me happy. 


It's here. The day I've been waiting for all.week.long. FRIDAYYYY! 

So, why not a little five on Friday, shall we? Indeed, we shall. 

I'm tired. I'm really doing my best not to complain, but this whole first week back at both jobs after the holidays thing is for the birds! Oh, and add on top of that some overtime, and you've got yourself one tired Bri. Seriously, only three-four hours of sleep a night just isn't cutting it! Praying for longer days... ;) 

I'm la-la-LOVING this inspiration board by Bailey Jean! It's seriously motivational! I'm thinking of working on my own inspiration board this weekend and then printing that sucker out and framing it. I think yes. 

This song. 

Talk about exclaiming your love for all the blessings you've been given! This gem came on the radio this morning as I was heading to work at 5:30am, and I turned that sucker up and jammed out! Even half asleep, it was a pretty phenomenal way to start my day! 

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Have I mentioned yet just how much I just love Fridays? I'm sure I have :). 

This Friday is a little different, though. I'm at work for 12 1/2 hours, and I'll be back tomorrow morning for another 8. This adjustment period week has been hard, but I know the reward will be very much worth the sacrifices right now! Overtime is being offered once again, and it's an opportunity that God has provided through His graces to allow our family some extra income in a season we need it the most. 

Balance. Focus. 
These are two words that I've been drawn to a lot lately, and they are so very important, in every aspect of my life. I am striving to find balance in life between working two jobs and now overtime for the next few months in addition to being a wife, friend, blogger, sister, and daughter. I'm making strides in my faith and my relationship with the Lord. I have so many great ideas and things I want to really get accomplished this year. But the key to all of this is to find balance in and through it all. And to focus. Focus on each task at hand and give it my full attention. Focus on my goals and the steps needed to reach them. I can do this. 

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