new-years-eve-2014

It’s that time of year, when we consider what we’d like to do or accomplish in the coming year. Here’s what’s on our minds:

Alicia: I am going to try to get fresh air and exercise every day, even if it is just for 10 minutes. It’s my therapy.

Cres: Work inspired and work to inspire.
Start a new creative project.
Complete current projects before starting new ones.
Sleep more.
Catch a winter steelhead.
Appreciate every day.

Dana: I need another week before making specific goals. But I can tell you that next year I hope to love, serve and listen more. And I will remind myself that God is in control and I want what He wants.

Jeneca: My New Year’s resolutions are to clean less, get outdoors more and make time for the people I love and miss.

Kelli: I never had much luck sticking to New Year’s resolutions, until I made my resolutions easier to achieve. So now, I always go with these golden three: Laugh a lot, count my blessings daily, and eat more chocolate. These resolutions have a 100% success rate!

Kurt: 2015 marks 20 years that I have been married and building websites. Both events began the summer of 1995. And I recently started making music again, practicing with a guitar player friend who has ambitions of performing live. I even bought an electronic drum kit yesterday to complement my keyboards and synths. It will be interesting to see where this leads.

Lindsey: I always have really generic resolutions that don’t stick, so this year I’m creating a very specific, short list of goals I want to accomplish in 2015:
1) Train for and complete the Eugene half marathon
2) Teach my daughter the alphabet and how to count to 10
3) Have a date night with my husband every other month
4) Go on at least two family camping trips this summer
And then the usual stuff like spend time with family and friends, be more efficient with my time and eat healthy. Bring on 2015!