April 29, 2006, is the day I decided to start blogging. Yay for 14 years!
I’m forever grateful to my past self for taking the leap. Even though back then blogging was considered sketchy by many. Now it’s a standard for most businesses and has been for sometime now.
What a difference 14 years makes! Given we’re now in the midst of a global pandemic, what a difference six weeks makes.
Depending upon the country you live in, or what part of the United States you’re located, many of us are still remaining at home to help flatten the curve and stop the spread. I live in Quincy, which is part of Greater Boston and we’re in the worst of it so far.
My annual tradition on this day is to pick a word for the year. It wasn’t very difficult to decide on the word — HEAL.
To make free from injury or disease.
To make sound or whole.
To make well again.
To restore to health.
I hope that this time next year, the world will be free of COVID-19 and we will have a vaccine.
While staying inside, I’m also on a personal journey of inner healing. I’ve found several people on Instagram who are inspiring millions of us to look inward. Links to them are below, in no particular order, if you’d like to follow them too.
Dr. Nicole LePera
Lacy Ann Phillips
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Links to posts for past years are below. Thank you for being here!
- 13 Years Simplify
- 12 Years Rise
- 11 Years Mend
- 10 Years Ask
- 9 Years True
- 8 Years Field
- 7 Years Embrace
- 6 Years Acceptance
- 5 Years Perspective
- 4 Years Prosper
- 3 Years Collaboration
2 thoughts on “14 Years Blogging”
Happy anniversary! It’s been so wonderful to follow you on your journey – so much delicious food and fun musings. 14 years- wow. Here’s to you and to …healing!
El – Thank you so much! Blogging has brought so many wonderful people into my life — like you! It’s been wonderful to go from virtual meeting to getting to know you in real life! 😀
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