2015 was quite the year and definitely much different than 2014. It amazes me because most of the time I don't think I did much during a year until I look back at all the photos and the memories start flooding back. I didn't think I traveled that much this year however I visited SEVEN new cities: New Orleans, Tuscon, Montauk, Seaside Heights (aka The Jersey Shore), Boston, Park City Utah, and Memphis. I did more Soul Cycle than I ever anticipated (glad I got Justin hooked so I have motivation to go all the time!). I completed more races than I've ever done in a year (9+1 complete and guaranteed entry into NYC Marathon 2016!). I was in my first wedding since 2011.
I had a lot of firsts: first Wet Woody in Tahoe (it's basically I sin that I haven't had one since I'm from the Reno/Tahoe area), toured the NFL headquarters, experienced my first NBA games (both Knicks AND Nets!), saw the NYC Ballet for the first time (and my first Nutcracker in 15 years), visited St. Jude Children's Research Hospital for the first time, experienced my first NYC Fourth of July, toured the new Conde Nast offices at 1 WTC and got to go to the top of 1 WTC for the first time.
There were also a lot of unexpected things: I witnessed a historic Belmont Stakes (my grandpa would be so proud!), saw Tim McGraw in concert for at least the 4th time, I surprised my mom on a trip home, I went to more Yankees games than ever before (and 3 of the 6 games were Yankees v. Redsox haha) and I unexpectedly moved to my FOURTH NYC apartment (5 if you count the 2.5 weeks I spent at my friend Alex's when I first landed here).
While this post only touches the surface, it's been a whirlwind and I couldn't have asked for a better year. I am really looking forward to 2016 and the adventures and challenges ahead and I definitely have a goal of blogging more next year (I'm sorry I neglected you guys this past year but it was clearly a busy one!).
Happy New Year Eve and cheers to a great year and all that's ahead!
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