Well it’s only one week now until the big day and it’s fair to say that what with work, festive food preparations, last minute gift buying and wrapping it is a busy old time of year. So why not take five minutes out of your manic day and join us for a well deserved rest…
We are on a bit of a mission here at Pocketful of Dreams, to inject a bit of camaraderie into our working week – whether you work from home, in an office or a bit of both. So go on, grab yourself a coffee, maybe a biscuit or three and take five minutes out of your hectic day to join us for a little chat.
This week, we’re talking about…achievements.
REFLECTING BACK ON 2012
As the year draws to an end, it’s only natural to start reflecting back onto the past twelve months and thinking about what you’ve done. Whilst we’re not a big believers in New Year’s Resolutions, we both tend to set some goals at the start of the year, some of which are very practical and some which are more vague and difficult to pin down. So at the end of the year it’s good to sit back and review those goals – some of which we’ll have done, some of which are no longer relevant and some of which we will have completely forgotten about!
Looking back over the past 12 months, it’s fair to say that 2012 has been a pretty amazing one for me, full of firsts, big decisions and scary steps. So much so that trying to pick a single key achievement isn’t perhaps as straightforward as it may have been in previous years. After all, this was the year that I found the courage to quit the corporate world, that I joined the incredible Pocketful of Dreams and took up some incredible opportunities professionally.
But my biggest achievement has to be the fact that this year I became a wife. In the lead up to the wedding, I’ll admit to being more concerned with the wedding details than the marriage itself but since the wedding, I have been constantly bowled over by how different being married feels. So whilst it may not seem like an accomplishment in the traditional sense, my biggest achievement of this year has to be the fact that I now have the most amazing husband. I couldn’t feel prouder to be Mrs DeBlasi.
OVER TO YOU: What has been your biggest achievement of 2012?
We’d love to know what you think your biggest achievement of the year has been. Personal, professional or a bit of both, we’d love to hear from you.
Michelle and Vicki xx