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2013 y'all

2013 is looking like a good year so far. I've maintained my resolutions the ENTIRE year. What? It's only a day in? So? Go with me on this one:

-Clothes have been selected, accessorized no doubt, the eve before they are to be worn. I did this all the time growing up, one of those things my mom taught me. It can make all the difference for a busy morning trying to walk dogters, get in some cardio, prepare a healthy/light/resourceful-use-of-groceries-breakfast-for-two (no stopping even for coffee this year. I'm doing realllyyy good!)





I even put my main go-to bags in a roll call order. Gang's all here!!



-Our fridge is neatly assorted into strategically placed fresher foods to eat first; ready to grab bags of sorted fruit, snacks for work or workouts; coffee cream choices readily accessible right up front aimed to motivate freshly brewed cups of joe. I am really putting my previous failures of resolution to shame this year!




-I've made balanced, fabulous ifIsaysomyself dishes to enjoy. The girls too have been enjoying some amazing organic grub. Aside from finding jobs this year, the girls have decided to also eat better:







-Is she serious about the job thing, Pep?
-Who knows, probably some crazy resolution of hers again, Roni. Go back to sleep



2013 is my B this year, no? With a few projects in motion otherwise, I'd say the goals of 2013 are leaning towards health, strength, progression, and love. Hopeful also for everyone to get to enjoy and appreciate the same wellness. Oh and a little bit of fun mixed throughout the organized, obsessive behavior previously detailed...







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