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Writing in 2018!

Good follow-up post to my “writing more” goal (not resolution) for 2018. 😛

Happy New Year! Before we all climb in and buckle up for our 2018 writing journey, I think we need to agree on what needs to be packed. Now I know some of us are very excited about our journey but it’s vital we take the right stuff. We can’t get halfway through 2018 and […]

via 12 Things Writers Need To Pack For Their 2018 Writing Journey #AmWriting #Writer — BlondeWriteMore

Happy 2018!

Did I finish writing that book in December? No, no I didn’t. Lest you think I was just not posting updates, I assure you I did not write another word. I cannot believe how busy this year’s holidays were. I know I say that every year, but seriously! This year’s Christmas in Minnesota was defined by three specific things: 1. We all traveled 2 and a half hours on Christmas day to my grandparents for the family party for the first time in over a decade. 2. My sister had a baby due on the 20th so we kept waiting for her to go into labor, but she didn’t until I left the state on Sunday the 31st, and the baby wasn’t born for 44 more hours after that. 3. The temperature in MN never rose above zero and most of the time was around negative 10 or, with wind chill, negative 20 – 40.

Daniel and I celebrated New Years Eve in a hotel Sunday night. We brought a bottle of champagne and bought a bottle of wine as well. We sat in the hotel lobby after about 8 hours of driving and played games while we drank the wine and ate stocking candy and split a personal sized pizza since no one believes in delivering food or keeping their restaurants open on New Year’s Eve. As one of my friends said, it will make a great memory!

No New Year resolutions this year. I am deflated from last  year’s failures. I do have some goals in mind, however. Yes, I know technically they are the same thing, but let me have my nuance!!

  1. Write more
  2. Finish reading the Bible through
  3. Lose weight, however much
  4. Most important: Pay off my student loans
  5. Mutual goal with friends: read a minimum of 12 books

Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and Happy New Year!