In January my passport arrived. February brought the most spontaneous trip I've ever been on when I hopped a flight to Hilton Head with Krista to escape the polar vortex that was our weather. In March the [big] trip planning began. What started as just a week in Italy evolved to include Paris and I was officially on the hunt for flights. I decided 2014 was the year I was going to run the New York City Marathon and found out I was officially training/running with Team for Kids. In April, I hit a home run at work when we got a marketing campaign approved for one of my clients. What would follow would be a series of short, killer events and a new "baby" for me to foster in the form of a new website and the most fun social media account of all our clients (disclaimer: I don't usually talk real life job stuff here but the whole campaign was definitely a major highlight for me). I also met David Bromstad at his Naturalizer launch event and would later host a live Google hangout interview with him about his second collection with Naturalizer. In May, one of my bestest girlfriends came to visit and I was so happy to be able to show her my life in NYC. June kicked off yet another "summer of yes." And the summer of spontaneous concerts (ex: purchasing Gov Ball tickets the night before it started - Outkast killed it and I relived some amazing musical memories). I went on my usual bi-yearly trip home for the Rodeo followed by the most amazing Fourth of July weekend at Lake Schroon. Zac Brown Band concert tickets were purchased the day before their show at PNC Bank Arts Center and I officially started marathon training. July also brought November Project into my life (thanks to my BRF - best running friend) and I would never look at group fitness the same again.
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