Happy New Year! I'm a little late to the party (as always) and to be honest, I'm just about as crap at New Years resolutions as I am at being on time to parties, but I figured I'd give it a go this year and try and hold myself accountable. I think I'm getting progressively better at sticking to goals that I set, though some of them always fall to the wayside for whatever reason, but I'm still not where I want to be. People are always saying that visualization is key to achieving your goals, so instead of making a vision board (which I might actually attempt to do in the future), I've decided to post the goals here for all of the internet to see, and hopefully putting out these thoughts into the universe will yield good things. Fingers crossed!
So here's the list, and excuse my poor penmanship.
Florence was hands down my favorite city that we visited in Italy. Between Rome, Venice and Sorrento, there was something about Florence that struck a chord with me, and man did it strike hard. Between our quaint but lovely Airbnb flat and the amazing street view that was blocks away from said apartment, I felt like I finally had grasped why people fall in love with Italy.
Hello Lovelies! I wanted to include another new facet to the blog. I have a lot of images that I've been saving up that I constantly feel instantly inspired by. I wanted to share a few of those images with you guys and maybe share the inspiration while I'm at it. When I feel unproductive or unmotivated, one of my favorite things to do is look at other people's works. It just sparks something in me to keep going and strive for better. More images are after the jump!
When in Italy I found my favorite spot in the entire world to watch a sunset. Almost every day right after dinner time my family and I would rush to the literal edge of Venice and watch the sun go down behind the clouds while boats whizzed around us. Saying this city is gorgeous is an understatement. The gondolas, the canals, all of it is just absolutely breathtaking and I'm glad to share it with you all.