Amy Atherton –-- dish designer, professional photographer &&creator of Amy's Healthy Baking (

.Delighted New Year’’ s Eve! … How is 2018 over currently?? It still feels like simply a couple of weeks ago that I invested 2017’’ s New Year ’ s Eve viewing Harry Potter films, followed by the New York City Times Square unique on TELEVISION, all while working on this exceptionally enjoyable and unpopular puzzle .

Yet here we are, on the edge of 2019, all set to introduce another year. It’’ s insane how time flies!


And with this year practically over, I believed it was the ideal time for a Coffee Break post, where I share a little about what’s been going on behind the scenes, much like if you and I were sitting throughout from each other at a cafe and capturing up. With that in mind … Here we go!

Quite a couple of years back, I in fact stopped setting resolutions. For me, ““ resolution ” has an unfavorable undertone, where it seems like that word describes something you understand you need to put on however do’’ t precisely wish to. Despite the fact that the majority of my resolutions focused on handy things, like cleaning my home weekly or scheduling article nearly a month beforehand, I still periodically felt a little sense of fear and responsibility when I approached those activities. I truly did not like those unfavorable sensations, so ultimately I give up setting New Year’’ s resolutions.

But when I discovered my pal’’ s custom, where she selects a single style for the whole year rather of a resolution, I believed that sounded more manageable and favorable. Her styles differed from year to year, varying from ““ workout ” to ““ service ” to “ house, ” however she constantly accomplished whatever she wished to, all with a smile and positive mindset.

So I chose to embrace her New Year’’ s style concept, rather of setting a resolution, and this year I’’ mconcentrating on ….

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