Right now I find myself in the conference room of the new building I recently moved into. It’s in the smack center of downtown Denver. During a pandemic it makes the most sense to live in a place that is very comfortable. This past year was indescribable in just a few words. I made the decision that my living environment was the most important thing for me to grow and live my life to the fullest. Travel is possible, but with so many parts of the country and world shut down its not nearly as fun as it would be.
I adopted a kitten, which I’m quite fond of. It’s a Siamese girl, born October 10th so she’s about 12 weeks old at the time of my writing this. The first few days were rough as I was still unboxing things and moving into my new home. This is also my first time having a kitten of my own so there was a lot I had to learn! Potty training was probably the toughest part to overcome, but we got through it! 🙂 Including a photo of Philippe, one of two guinea pigs I took care of this past year as well. I gave them both up for adoption to a good home prior to the move. They are missed.
Perhaps the most exciting news this year was I gained a nephew! Baker Leo Rost was born April 10th this year. I visited him, Mom and Dad as often as I could in Fort Collins. I’m so grateful to have family so close to me in Colorado.
My business had its best year ever, and that trend will continue into 2021. I have my mentors and clients to thank for that. I invest a lot into new mentors every year, and it’s honestly the best investment I make the entire year. If you want to level up you have to surround yourself with those who are also leveling up. And at the end of the day they always help me put things into perspective.
Lastly my first book, Websites For People, is still a work-in-progress. But the good news is I’m allowed to take as much time as I want with it. 🙂
Wishing you and your family safety and warmth in 2021, I hope to see you in person again soon.