With another September still visible in our mental rear-view mirrors, we’ve all had a chance to go through the ritual of remembering where we were and what we were doing on September 11th, 2001. Emotionally impacting every U.S. citizen, the events that day are impossible...

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.