Happy Holidays and Seasons Greetings from Tif Talks Books!
It is so hard to believe that Christmas has already come and gone, and we are now approaching the new year. For me, that means rolling over everything for 2011 and preparing for my son's birthday! This is a crazy time of year for all of us, and that craziness lasts into the first couple weeks of January for me. All I've got to say is that I'm so thankful that Bloggiesta is taking place a bit later this time! I've got a long list of things to do and I am so excited to have the opportunity to participate more fully this year!
However, before I start looking forward, I wanted to take a few minutes to look back at 2010. It has been a chaotic year where I believe I have finally gotten used to returning to work full-time, but have also discovered that I need to be cutting back and re-evaluating my priorities. I had a hard-time saying no this past year and I believe that it got me in over my head a multitude of times. Thankfully, these final days of the year, I have time to sit down, relax, read, write, and make my goals for the year to come. Since I am still working these out, I am not going to share these here quite yet, but they will be coming in the near future.
I did not get our favorite Christmas classics posted this last week. I guess I will save those for next year! What I do have planned in its place though is a feature four days this week sharing what each of us received for book-ish gifts this holiday season. I will also be posting a list of challenges that I will be participating in this next year, and an announcement of what is to come . . . those things that are changing and those that are staying. I am so excited to have the time to write on this site, that I'm even hoping to do a little scheduling of posts. I have a multitude of posts written . . . just old school in my variety of notebooks! (And, you can probably guess that my goals may just have something to do with this!)
In the meantime, I want to hear if you received any book-ish gifts? Have you enjoyed your holidays, no matter what it is you celebrate? Are you thinking about your 2011 goals? Let me know!