The Little Red Owl

DIY ideas for home, health, & life

Today marks the 1 year anniversary of The Little Red Owl blog (started off as Finally Home Again-but I am counting it nonetheless).

One year! I honestly am proud of myself and a little surprised. While I have always had a passion for home and DIY I have been known to get excited about something specific and then loss the drive to keep it moving forward.

I have stuck with this for a year and I have no plans of slowing down. I want to grow!

My goals for the next year are simple (but important):
1. schedule more blog posts and tutorials
2. make time for my projects and not just projects for others and/or my shop
3. close the computer and get some good Husband and doggie time :)

4. manage my time better in general-I tend to plan and then never make it to the implementation phase.

My photo of Duck Brown, just to make you smile.

Before I wrap up this post I want to say THANKYOU. Thank you to everyone who has read my blog, commented, liked, followed me, supported me, and made me feel wanted. I so enjoy this creative outlet in my life and I hope to keep it going for a long time.

Thanks again and HAPPY THANKSGIVING.

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5 thoughts on “And you said I couldn’t do it

  1. Jenn L says:

    happy anniversary! let’s celebrate with cake or something :)

    1. Amy says:

      that sounds awesome :)

  2. Erica says:

    congrats on your first anniversary! I would like to talk to you about co-hosting a blog link up or hop sometime. let me know what you think. :)

    1. Amy says:

      Thank you! A hop or link up sounds great! I am definitely interested.

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