The firework show at the Space Needle on New Year’s Eve is a sight not to be missed. I was fortunate enough to get front row seats on the rooftop of a friend’s place that overlooks Kerry Park. The best part of the fireworks show at the Space Needle is watching Seattle’s most iconic landmark look so beautiful at night with all the pops of color.
2015 was a good year. I was cancer-free! To me the concept of New Year’s Eve means reflecting and celebrating the previous year, being thankful for what you have and a time to think about all the lessons learned. So today I wanted to share with you my “30 lessons learned in 2015”. Some were funny and some were hard but nonetheless they are experiences I will carry into the new year.
- Happiness is a choice
- Phones should always be banned at dinner time
- Friends come and go
- If you don’t ask, you don’t get
- Worrying about how others perceive you is a waste of time
- Admitting you are wrong isn’t so bad
- Take chances, you never know where you will end up
- Never go to bed angry
- No one is perfect
- Stop caring about what others think
- Cut out the bullshit
- No matter how you feel, get up, dress up, and show up
- Money doesn’t buy happiness
- Vacation is necessary!
- Face time is the best time
- Strength is sexy
- Travel is necessary
- You are never too old to make new friends
- Believe in miracles
- Never stop learning
- Family will always come first
- Change isn’t always a bad thing
- Stuff is stuff
- Everything in moderation
- Don’t waste your money on trendy crap
- Unplug every now and then
- Listen more, talk less
- You don’t have to be working out to rock sneakers
- Don’t compare your life to others’. You have no idea what their journey is all about.
- Get outside every day. Miracles are waiting everywhere.
Most importantly, thank you all for supporting, reading and being the reason why I am able to continue blogging. Thank you for your support in 2015 and I look forward to sharing 2016 with you! Wishing you all the best year ahead.
Let’s do this 2016!