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But then, there are so many good ones out there to read. Rather than going on and on I will say I'm satisfied with how 2014 went. Yes, there were some things that didn't come to fruition, but my goal is to celebrate what I did accomplish, not moan about what I didn't. I'm holding to that. Which means 2014 was a pretty damn good year, and not only because I was able to find both a regular bra and a sports bra that not only fit - but didn't cost an arm and a leg. Yeah, I'm still basking in that accomplishment.

2015 is starting on a positive note as well. I'm almost surprised my goals (both personal and professional) are tangible, written, and carefully spaced out in my zippy new binder. Wish me luck!

If working on writing craft makes a goal list in 2015 consider a course from Savvy Authors, or a free course from Coffee Time Romance. If the time commitment is a roadblock check out the archives at Coffee Time Romance with classes from prior years. You won't get the feedback, but you can read/work through the lessons whenever you have time.

Or if you've had enough of things with a writerly bent, but still want to stretch your brain cells, there's always my two favorites: AboutU and Khan Academy. Both sites are free, and well worth investigating. Khan Academy has even partnered with Bank of America to offer a course in personal finance education called Better Money Habits.

What went right for you in 2014? Do you have any plans for your New Year? What are you hoping to achieve? Go ahead and share so I can cheer you on with plenty of hugs and confetti tosses.