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Hello sweet readers! It has been a while since I've "seen" your faces! It's good to be back to blogging and starting off fresh in a brand new year. I always feel extremely productive in the first few weeks of January: cleaning up the house, organizing finances, creating dinner schedules, planning a workout routine...and then around the time of the 25th I realize that I am at heart rather disorganized, and as some might say: the anti-planner. And I hem and haw about it for a while, until I reconcile with the fact that this is who I am. I've survived 32 years of it so far, plus I'm married to Matt, who creates dozens of lists of things to do, talk about and think about. I figure he's pretty good at organizing, so why not sit back, relax and have another glass of wine? ;)
What are on some of your goal lists for 2013? Or do you have someone else in your life helping you plan?