This month, I'm trying my best to end the year with a bang. I've got a couple of new things that launch at the top of 2015, so I'm getting all my ducks in a row and doing the back end work NOW. It's almost surreal that there are only 4 weeks in the year left. And while I'm anxious for the new year for a new start. I'm pleased as I look back at 2014, at everything I've learned and accomplished. While I'm gratefully leaving some things behind (hurt over ended friendships, unnecessary self criticism) I'm eager to bring things into the new year I acquired in 2014 (a new baby, a stronger marriage & a much more time managed work ethic).
I'm still putting the finishing touches on my blog. It'll probably be ongoing until January. So I expect to see this on the list next month.
I'll be doing something I've always wanted to do since I started blogging: launch a newsletter. I finally narrowed down what I wanted it to be and how to get it, so expect that in 2015.
My blog has certainly grown over the years, but as I enter my 5th year of blogging next month, I want to intentionally increase my readership and make the blog better. 2015 will be the best year yet for Mattieologie.
My maternity leave is up. And so, next Monday I'm back to work. Cue tears, mom guilt and eye rolls.
A few of you on social media asked me to film a holiday makeup tutorial on my YouTube page. Gonna try my best to give you what you want.
Working on a fun new webshow for CocoaFab that I start filming for next month. To ensure it's awesome, I need to write a script for it. I can't wait to share more.
With December finally here, I plan getting the house in full Christmas mode this week. Holiday decor, I've been waiting for you.
While my appetite has been on a hundred thousand trillion thanks to breastfeeding, I need to get a nutrition AND workout plan. Mission: SNAPBACK is in the fullest of effects. Especially after how I ate during Thanksgiving.
If all goes well, I can get these family Christmas photos I've been daydreaming about done this weekend. Fingers crossed!
You guys have been asking what app I used to create my Things To Do list on. No app. Just good ole Photoshop and fancy fonts. Because I love you, here's a free download of this month's Things To List pattern. If you're into it, I'll do it monthly. Let me know.