September is one of the (if not the) best months in New York. Like the flip of a switch, the weather turns for 90+ degrees with 100% humidity to 70-degrees with lower humidity and less rain. It’s a beautiful month to live in the city and wow did we make the most of it.
We’re officially a year older this month and we’ve now had Frasier for over a month (although it feels like we’ve had him forever). August turned out to be a busy, fun, and memorable month that made us even more excited for the remaining months of 2019.
July has come and gone. I wish it could have lasted forever. It’s been a month that we will never forget. It started with us traveling the world and ended with adding a new member to our little family and the announcement of a nephew on the way. What an incredible it was!
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I’ve been doing goals or new years resolutions for most of my adult life. I started publishing my big goals for the year back in 2015. I’m not always perfect but its a good way for me to be accountable for what I want to accomplish for the year ahead. I’ve had my list of 2019 goals written down since October of 2018, but was late in getting them on the blog. I’ve made my goals far more straightforward this year. Five goals, no sub-goals and I plan to hit all five. Let’s go through them.
Each year when I sit down to write my year-in-review it is as much about looking back as it about looking ahead. Of any year I’ve written one of these years-in-review, 2018 is a year that I want to make sure I capture, because it was a time of incredible travel, major milestones, small simple moments and tremendous life altering change. And so without further ado I give you our 2018 year in review.
It’s that time of year again! Jenn and I have spent times independently looking back at the year that was and talking about some of our favorite things from 2018. From TV shows, to vacation stops, to memories, we’ve written down our favorites from 2018, and here they are!
It took me a while but it finally hit me this morning. After Jake and I grabbed coffee again this morning a little after 8 AM at % Arabica, Jake finished up packing up his things and an hour later i was walking him down to the lobby to see him jump into a cab and take off for the airport to catch his flight home that takes him through Taipei to LAX. We said our goodbyes and he was off and thus started our last day of the trip.