Part I of my 2010 Year in Review posted yesterday. Here’s Part II.
July was really hot, and I was really broke, but I still had a great time enjoying my summer break. I rode my bike a lot, practiced yoga and keep writing more posts about being green. I also started working on my blog redesign around this time, which came out fantastically.
Ahh, back to school. Back to work and money but little free time. I love my job, so it’s great when I get to go back every August. But it definitely takes some readjusting in my time and priorities. I also rediscovered my love of antiquing and with it my love of baking. That was also the first day that vintage Pyrex caught my eye, although I didn’t buy it right away.
September found me continuing to adjust to my work schedule, and a little summer weight gain as well. I spent some time reflecting on my summer, and created my favorite DIY post ever – making a layered chain necklace.
October wasn’t particularly eventful. I started having some skin problems around this time (adult acne, which still hasn’t completely cleared up) so I didn’t take a lot of photos.
November was also relatively uneventful. I wrote about brand loyalty and shoes and rejoiced in the fact that fall weather was coming to Florida.
December was really cold. I didn’t take that many pictures because A) there were a whole lot of repeat outfits, B) it was really cold, and C) I was really busy. I’ve been having some trouble getting back into my blogging groove, but I’ve got some ideas for the New Year that will hopefully help me get out of my blogging funk. I’ll go into more details later, but basically what I’m picturing are more posts with high quality pictures and minimal text, and then one post every week or so is more text heavy. We’ll see – I’ll keep you posted.
Happy New Year!