Currently / / January

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Planning / / Jordan and I spent January 1st going over vacation and concert plans for the year. I don’t want to get too ahead of myself, but 2015 is already looking to be a fun-filled year!

Hoping / /  My skin and I have been fighting an uphill battle with one another for over two years and it’s been extremely frustrating trying to resolve the problem. To help with some scarring, I had a facial last week and I’m beginning to see results. I hope my skin continues to heal and respond well to all of the dietary changes I made last year. There better be a good reason I gave up my beloved grilled cheese sandwiches! 😉

Baking / / I am not baking nearly as much since giving up gluten, but I still make granola regularly. It’s so handy for a quick snack or breakfast.

Wearing / / This long sweater from Abercrombie & Fitch. It’s like wearing a blanket, but far more stylish. Thankfully, Abercrombie & Fitch stopped putting their logo on everything and I’ve really been able to find great pieces. It’s not the same A&F I grew up with and I like it!

Resolving / / That I need to focus less on circumstances outside of my control.

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/ / Linking with Anne and Jenna.

26 thoughts on “Currently / / January”

  1. Oh, that’s an excellent resolution – mine for the year is to live more in the present, and I think focusing less on things out of my control would be another way to help get me there by worrying less! And yay vacation plans! Thanks for linking up.

  2. Good for you for giving up gluten! I need to make some dietary changes too…just haven’t done it yet! And I love everything you said about A&F…it’s totally not the same, and that’s a good thing!

  3. oooh! Concert and travel plans! That sounds fun! 🙂 Alright, do you have a good apple recipe you can share? I have a ton of apples (that will go bad soon) and a brand new apple peeler I got for Christmas 😉 I need to bake something!

  4. I never realized how sensitive my skin was until I cut nearly all dairy and sugar out of my life, and cut back on gluten. I saw a major difference in the appearance of my skin. I’m not nearly as strict about it as I was about two years ago, but now I know what the consequences will be whenever I decide to indulge. 🙂 I’m hoping along with you that your dietary changes will show you some results, too! They can be difficult changes to make. Glad you had the opportunity to have a facial, too!

  5. love the “resolving.” yep. it always amazes me how quickly we go right back into the mode of trying to take it on ourselves, when even if we could (which we can’t, and that’s the point, isn’t it?!), we’d be exhausted trying. i’m meandering, but just wanted to say i get it. 🙂

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