2012 should be a rather exciting year, at least that is my hope. I've been thinking a lot about what I want to accomplish in the next year, trying to figure out how and when I will reach some of my goals.
First off I want to of course add tons more product to my website to increase selection on things such as baby and graduation announcements. I want to get a couple of packages completed to include "Save the Dates" and coordinating wedding announcements.
I also want to put together packages for photographers so that they may buy some of my templates and use them in their business, as a flattened image for their clients of course.
As far as this blog is concerned I want to get more design related posts up. This includes more posts about color, design tips for interiors, and even a little bit in the fashion world. Throughout the years I have learned that dressing how I want to feel has helped me through a lot of hard times. If you have any questions on any of the above I would love to hear them and address them to the best I can in a blog post. Please email me at email@example.com .
Finally, perhaps my biggest goal and news... the husband and I have decided its time to take more drastic steps towards starting our family. We are going to go through the In-Vitro process. It's exciting and scary all at the same time. The dates on everything are not set quite yet. This has led me to want to start a blog dedicated to my journey through In-Vitro as well as address the constant battle I have with anxiety and even depression. Writing has always been a great outlet. However, this blog isn't quite appropriate for such topics. Thus if you are interested in following our story head on over to my other blog Nitty-Gritty Fairy-tales to get the latest. My only request, if you have a story to share please make sure it's a positive one. Tales of how hard the process may be or how someone else found little to no success only makes me more anxious. I want to focus on the positive.
2012 should be great and I have you, my fantastic readers, to thank for that. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!