I read over 180 books. (80 novels, 91 graphic novels, and a few picture books)
I saw Star Wars: The Force Awakens and fell in love with the galaxy again.
I wrote 500 words every single day for the entire year.
I had a long list of summer adventures, including a trip to the zoo, smashing a car, and watching a meteor shower.
I started an art journal using an old book.
I became an aunt to the cutest nephew ever.
I graduated college.
I put color in my hair.
I went to an art museum.
I paid off my school loans.
I built Lego sets.
I become the assistant to the editor of The Fangirl Initiative.
I turned 21.
I completed NaNoWrimo 2015.
I went to Build-a-Bear for the first time.
I ate fro-yo for the first time.
I played with baby goats.
I received ten pairs of Star Wars socks for Christmas.
I said goodbye to book series, and then I said hello to new fictional friends.
I set a goal to read 150 books this year.
I want to edit one of my books all the way through in order to start beta reading.
I want to keep a journal for the entire year.
I want to have adventures and try to take more pictures.
I want to write re-design this blog.
I will turn 22.
I want to find a job I love.
I want to go someplace new and exciting.
I want to write more blog posts.
I want to do things I love.
I want to believe in myself and my potential.
2015 mirrored 2014 in that it had its ups and downs. Though, I think I can look back and see more good moments than bad. A lot happened. I worked hard, I completed short-term and long-term goals, and I will begin something new in 2016. I've collected so many books I don't have room for more on my four bookshelves (yes, four). I've discovered so many new stories in the form of books, shows, movies, and even video games, I can hardy believe there's still creativity in the world. I've written new stories, dusted off other ones, and re-discovered what made me write in the first place. I went places, I did new things, and I made new friends. As I said, a lot happened. And this is just the beginning of something new.
Here's to 2016. Hopefully, adventure is out there.