Today I turned 33 years old. Gulp. I'm finding it hard to believe I'm in my 30's....
Anyway, this year was a big year for me and I'd like to review what Jennee version 3.2 did with herself.
|Jennee version 3.2|
I dated a lot more than I ever have in my life. I dated a guy I didn't like, a guy that I really liked, and a guy that I think I liked. I was treated poorly and disrespected by some, and I was valued and adored by one. I really like feeling valued and adored.
I started practicing yoga... and I've stuck with it for 8 months. It's changed me mentally, physically, and spiritually. I can now touch my toes, do headstands, and balance my body in positions I would have never imagined.
I changed jobs and got back to pursuing my dreams. I'm back to my roots of doing upholstery and working on getting a full time job with my passions of health, fitness, writing, and photography.
I crossed the border and finally went to Canada. I've done a bit of traveling this year. Niagara Falls, Nashville, and tons of waterfall chasing all over Ohio.
I published a children's story just for my niece.
I reached a lot of goals.
I listened to a life coach podcast to help with my broken heart and self esteem. I continue to listen to the same life coach so those negative voices stay out of my life.
I invested in myself and my health. I'm still learning how to say no, but I'm starting to get better.
I've searched out for adventure, I stayed active, I lived life to the fullest.
I overcame a broken heart, I lost some weight, I accomplished some goals, I had some set backs, and I bought a new car. I've made new friends, I've mended broken friendships, and I've lost a few friends. I've taken chances... on love, on life, on my future, on a career.
This year started with a lot of crying but it's ending with a lot of joy and laughter. I learned how to find joy in the ordinary, and I've learned that creating joy in my own life brings happiness full circle.
I'm really excited to see what Jennee version 3.3 will do with her life, and I'll get to see it one day at a time.