It's hard for me to get too excited thinking about next year, when so much has happened in this past year for me to even comprehend. One year ago today, I was probably sitting in my apartment down in Bloomington, studying for a final test for my second-to-last semester of college.
It's like a whole different world looking back on it now. If you've talked to me since graduating and joining the job force, you'll know my thoughts on college since I've gotten out. Looking back, I can't believe that my entire life revolved around whether or not I was going to get one of the first few letters of the alphabet on my paper that I was writing. And that fear was stressing me out and driving me insane....
Anyway, enough about the past before I go on too long of a rant.
What I'm looking forward to next year is: making the same amount of progress that my life has made from December 9, 2013 to December, 9, 2014.
I've got a lot on my plan. Moving into a new apartment is top of the list. The change of scenery will be awesome. It's exciting to look at places around Indy and decide which one will fit my life the best.
As with all graduates these days, paying off student loans is definitely something that I can't wait to start doing. There's only a bit of sarcasm there. I know how much that can affect your life down the road, so being financially responsible is definitely on my list! *fist pump*
I'm looking forward to making new friends and being better to old ones. I'm notorious for being the absolute worst when it comes to keeping in contact with people that I don't see on a daily basis. I'm not sure what it is, but if you're reading this and you haven't heard from me in a while, send me a text or email or something. It's not you, it's me.
I don't know if I'll be excited to say that I've been on this planet for a quarter of a century next year, but it's going to be the case anyway. I can rent a car by myself!
Here's to 2015.