Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Happy New Year

Happy New Year! I know we're now several days into 2014, but my children finally went back to school today so I have some time to blog. Plus, I started the new year being ill so I'm just starting to feel a bit like myself. I've been reading all the resolutions/goals people are throwing out there, and it's very exciting and invigorating.
I don't really make resolutions, but I do like to take this time to stop, reevaluate and make some goals. I started this blog four years ago yesterday (happy blogiversary to me), and while I've never been a daily blogger I do feel like it's a big part of my life. It's opened so many doors and allowed me to make some amazing friends both locally and far away. I won't get all gushy, but I do plan to continue blogging this year and hope to share more projects with you as I do.
Sorry, my husband sent me this a while back so I couldn't resist throwing it in.
Thanks to everyone who keeps reading . . . it means a lot. Which leads me to my business, K Interiors. In 2013, I took on a few more design clients, revamped my logo/identity and finally established a business website. I would love to take on more clients in 2014 and grow my business further.

And on a more personal note, as always, I plan to spend lots of time with family and friends enjoying those around me. It makes me incredibly weepy when I think that my children will be turning 12 and 9 this year, so I want to soak up these fun ages while I can.

Now, off to get some stuff done. What are your hopes and goals for the new year?

13 comments:

Heather Peterson said...

Happy New Year! What would we do without our far-away blogging buddies? Glad you'll continue in this space even as your business grows.

Ashley said...

I usually steer clear of traditional resolutions, too, but I like the idea of starting off the year reflecting and establishing some general goals. I have a feeling you will meet and exceed your goals of expanding your design business in 2014!

Elizabeth @ The Little Black Door said...

Sounds like your year started the same way mine did. Glad everyone is on the mend!

bluehydrangea said...

Glad you're better and still blogging!! Happy New Year!

Raina Cox said...

Happy Blogoversary and Happy New Year!!

And I'm glad you're on the road to recovery.

Kimberly Lemmon said...

Happy New Year, Kathy! Hope all of your dreams come true for 2014! And do enjoy your kiddos - they grow up way too fast!

laura Madalene said...

What a year of great projects! I love your style. Glad I found your blog this year and looking forward to what you have to share in 2014! Happy New Year..sweet love

designchic said...

Happy New Year and 1 year blog anniversary - that's big! Wishing you all the best in 2014!

Nancy {at} powellbrower at home said...

I love your goldens and all your plans. I wish you a fabulous year ahead! xo Nancy

erin williamson said...

Happy 2014! Yes, I'm a little behind -- what's new! Anyhow, happy happy to your and yours. Enjoy those babies while you can :)

Brandy@MAKE+MODEL said...

Happy New Year! Your blog is sexy!! Too funny. Sorry I'm late on this. I'm late on all blogs these days. Sounds like you are ready to tackle 2014! My main goal on business side is the shop and meet more creative peeps who hopefully become friends :) On family side, just cherishing every moment I can. Hope to see you soon!

Marta Terry said...

Once the New Year has come, first thing that comes to mind is goal setting. I don’t have any, but looking at yours, it has inspired me to have some. Your personal goals looks amazing; more quality time with the family and health are the things in my opinion the best to start with. And on your business goals part, revamping your website is a good start. Maybe you can also start using other social media tools to broaden your audience.

Marta @ Canyon Marketing

Jean Bridges said...

The New Year can't be complete without making some goals for the upcoming year. And it’s good to see that you have amazing ones, both for your personal and business matters. But between the two, your business will be needing a lot more of your time. Just continue to update your website and blog, and there’s no doubt that your target numbers of clients for this year will be achieved. You can also try social media to broaden your audience. Good luck!

Jean Bridges @ OnPage1