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December Monthly News

Welcome to the December edition of monthly news!
I cannot believe the end of the year is already here!! Time sure does start moving at a faster pace the older you get.
My 42nd birthday came and went. It was a time of fun and reflection.
I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday and I wish you the best for this new year!
I made my reading goal of 50 books too! It's a good feeling to meet a personal goal. Did you have any personal goals that you met? Will you have any for next year? 
Oddly enough, my favorite book of the year is one I have read many times. Some books will always be great reads, and my pick is one of them.
2019 will be a year of knowing my own worth and evaluating relationships. You have to ask yourself what is most important, and categorize your priorities accordingly. Over 40, you start to really think of these things more. Your bullshit-o-meter is sensitive as you age, and with that comes wisdom. I look forward to being much happier next year!
Wishing you all a happy and prosperous new year!


                       Yearly Total: 51 Books, 26 Movies & 2 products


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  1. You're SO right! Time really does start moving at a faster pace the older you get. How can it be 2019 already? Yikes!

    Congrats on making your reading goal! I missed mine, but going to shoot for 100 again this year. Happy New Year!

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  2. Great post! And, Happy New Year!

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  3. Looking forward to a happier new year too :-)
    Will give Anne of Green Gables this year.

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  4. Happy belated birthday and I hope your new year is filled with happiness and lots of books. :-)
    sherry @ fundinmental

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  5. Oh yay, you enjoyed Anne. I adore that book so much. Hope you had a lovely birthday. Happy 2019!

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