Sisterhood Stories – Merry Christmas

This is our last Sisterhood post for 2013…  This year has gone in a blur! I know the year’s not over yet, but when the Holidays come it’s also a time to reflect on the past year.  What were your goals for 2013?  Did you manage to reach them?  Did you have a word for this year, and how did this word inspire you through the year?  My word was Quietude, and although it hasn’t been too quiet, I feel like I’ve settled some issues.  I’m less anxious about my decisions and I feel like I found at least part of the sense of direction I needed in my work.  I enjoy every part of my life more, so that’s my progress this year.  I’ve also diversified my portfolio and worked on putting more work out there, on different platforms, so maybe next year, one of my dreams of having a photo of mine on a book cover will be a reality.  Fingers crossed x

As December moves on it’s now time to start thinking of a new word, and write down some new goals and aspirations…  That’s my plan for these next weeks, so I’ll guess my first post in 2014 will be about that word and what it inspires me.

Until then, I’m wishing you a wonderful Holiday season, may you be surrounded by the ones you love and may laughter  and joy fill your hearts.  I’m grateful for your presence on this blog and on my FB page, it’s like one big beautiful family, and that makes me happy xoxo

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Merry Christmas

3 Comments on Sisterhood Stories – Merry Christmas

  1. Jessie Barone
    December 11, 2013 at 6:17 pm (4 years ago)

    I love your 2013 word i think that is such a wonderful idea! I will think on mine for the new year:)

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  2. Katerina
    December 12, 2013 at 2:51 pm (4 years ago)

    Wishing you a peaceful adn joyfull holidays too and look forward to your future posts.

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  3. Claudia
    December 21, 2013 at 8:34 am (4 years ago)

    It is great to be able to recap a year and realize one’s accomplishments, big and small – but all of them so important. I am very happy you were able to move on and grow and expand. May 2014 bring you more of the same. Happy Holidays, Isabelle!

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