2013 was a year full of changes.

At the start of 2013, I was continuing my long-term role as the Director of Interactive Marketing for a turnstile manufacturing company. A few months in, I had changed direction and went on to work with a local advertising firm, ending my freelancing work in the process. Then, right before the ending of the year, I moved on to an in-house project for an eCommerce company dedicated to helping people save money and educating on the value of those savings.

Not only did I go through professional changes, but my lovely wife, Jessica, made a bolder change. In the summer of 2013, she launched an online store, The Confetti Bar, selling nothing but custom, hand-made confetti. In pursuit of her dreams, she made the terrifying leap in November to quit her day job and make confetti full-time.

And with all the changes going on with and around me, I come back to this blog. My lonely blog, which has been so neglected, two years worth of posts show up in a listing of my ten most recent ones.

In the entirety of 2013, I managed to whip up a grand total of… Five blog posts.

Five. Blog. Posts.

2013 was a year of changes, but you wouldn’t have known it from my count.

And for 2014, I want to make a few more changes.