Friday, 2 January 2015

Looking Back on an Amazing Year

Happy 2015!! I can't believe how fast the year has gone and to be honest -- it's freaking me out a little.
They say time flies when you're having fun, and I couldn't agree more. This year, I'm resolving to slow down a little so that I can savor each moment and truly appreciate it. I ended the year feeling a little sad and unready for the year to be over, but going through these photos is just what the doctor ordered. We can sometimes strive too much for the next big thing, but it's so important to appreciate everything that we have right now. I couldn't feel luckier about the year that I've had -- I got to travel to some unbelievably gorgeous places, I was able to finally leave a job that was in a toxic environment to pursue my dream, I met some amazing people and made wonderful new friends, I was lucky enough to take part in so many amazing partnerships with brands I would have never dreamed of working with, and I was able to do it all with the best man I could have ever asked for at my side every day. I'm feeling like one lucky girl right now.

And now, onto the next year. I can't wait to see what is in store for us. I have a good feeling about this one! xoxo



Thank you so much for visiting and following along with me!
xoxox
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4 comments

  1. Happy New Year, dear Alison!! Congratulations on all your achievements in 2014...and may the next twelve months be even bigger and better!! :)

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  2. so awesome.. ; -)


    xoxo

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  3. Happy new year, Gorgeous. Love your style!
    OXOX
    Dawn Lucy
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  4. What a year you had Alison! Incredible, amazing style I have loved following along! Wishing all wonderful things for 2015!
    x Kirsty
    http://geelongfashionista.com

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