Happy (late) New Year!

2014Hi everybody! I hope you had a wonderful holiday season. 2013 was full of really great moments but also big challenges I was happy to leave behind. Just for good measure, a little 2013 wrap up:


There's A LOT in store for 2014. Specifically, this wedding is going down in less than 6 months so it's time to put the pedal to the metal.

Ever since Rob and I moved to midtown, it feels like life starting falling into place and I just know this is where we're meant to be in our mid-20s. So don't mind if I go missing from the blog once in awhile, I promise I'm still alive, I'm just enjoying myself a little too much! Still, check back once in awhile and watch me slowwwwly lose my marbles over this impending wedding.

I'm working on my resolutions for this year because, let's face it, I do everyone 8-10 days too late. But what about you? How was your year?! Any resolutions?

Also, as much as I hate to admit it, Rob and I decided to jump on the trendy train and bought a juicer. Share any fab juicing recipes that taste nothing like vegetables because, well you know how Rob is.

Love you, miss you peeps!


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11 thoughts on “Happy (late) New Year!

  1. Melissa

    I can't believe it's just 6 months away. I'm glad we got the chance to meet up. Can't wait to see you again.

  2. Happy New Year! Sounds like you did so many fun things last year. I definitely want to get my butt in gear and travel more in 2014. Happy wedding year πŸ™‚

  3. Happy 2014 to you too, dear! I'm actually sipping my green juice as I'm reading your blog. πŸ™‚ Juicer is an awesome investment for your health, but you have to put juicing on your to-do list, cause you need quite some time to form a daily habit of it - it's too easy to get lazy. πŸ˜‰ I like beet and carrot because they add sweetness. Spinach is also great for beginners because it has a mild taste. I used to search for hours to find good recipes, but then I realized it's best to use what I have and use my intuition. πŸ™‚

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