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Goodbye 2014....Hello 2015

December 31st, 2014 at 10:01 pm

Reading some of your blogs, it is interesting how many of you are taking inventory of your year. For some it has been a fabulous year and for others, not so much.

Hope 2015 is a year of blessings and joy for all of you.

I don't make resolutions. It isn't that I don't need to improve, but being a realist, I rarely keep up with them. I do have a couple of things I'd like to see if I can carry out.

Last year a couple of my friends listed the titles of the books they read throughout the year. I'd like to do that as well.

We went to the library today and I'm on my never ending question to figure out how to better organize my kitchen. I tease DH we need a bigger kitchen with more storage. I also know if we had a bigger kitchen with more storage I would just find more things to fill up that storage.

One goal that I continue to have is to living below my means. I believe most of you share that goal.

As we say goodbye to 2014 and look forward to 2015, hope it is a wonderful night and a lovely year.

7 Responses to “Goodbye 2014....Hello 2015”

  1. Maranatha Says:

    Happy New Year!

  2. snafu Says:

    Wishing you a Happy New Year full of joy and success meeting goals. Do you follow the standard rules for an organized kitchen having what you need, when you need it, where you need it?

    My best trick was to put all the non electric hand tools in a shoe box stored on the counter for 2 weeks [a month if you prefer]. Any item used was returned to drawer or utensil crock. The remaining items went to the laundry area for a temporary, 2 week hold. I pulled the out-of-season and special holiday bits and added them to DH's BBQ tool box. Sell the remains, re-gift or donate as you prefer.

  3. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    I like the idea of writing down every book I read. Maybe keep the list on a page on our blogs? Although some of the ebooks I get for free ... are kind of fluffy books and not so sure I want to admit to reading some of them. Smile
    Happy New Year!

  4. Bluebird Says:

    Yay to living below our means! An annual goal for sure! Happy New Year!

  5. Homebody Says:

    Ha frugal Texan! Just remember reading fluff books is cheaper than therapy!

  6. rob62521 Says:

    Good organizational idea, Snafu!

    I agree with Homebody...fluff is good therapy!

  7. scfr Says:

    Happy New Year to you!

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