Sunday, November 20, 2011

Returning to my Roots

It has been a year of change. Lots of change. Not all of it good, but necessary. Cumulatively, it has taken its toll. I am ready for a new year. A fresh start. I decided that I was ready for a change in my look, to go along with the new year. This hair makes me feel tougher, more rebellious somehow. I can use the added moxie.
This month Skyloft celebrates its 1 year anniversary. As I enter the 2nd year of business I have a completely different mindset than last year at this time. I have one less partner, a bigger debt load (thanks to buying out a bunk partner), and a bucket full of lessons learned. I would be lying if I said my confidence was at an all time high, but I am used to being challenged. I am gearing up to go another round, this time a bit jaded perhaps, but a lot wiser and thicker skinned.
This blog is being resigned, and I have launched a new one. http://amberdawnhunterblog.blogspot.com/
If anyone wants to be included on the reader list, post a comment.
Onwards and upwards....

6 comments:

Darin Hunter said...

Don't forget to include me in your new blog babe. This is going to be a great year for you don't worry, Harley and I will be there to support you every step of the way...

Keith said...

Ah, are you expecting many people to not sign up? Colour me eager to see what happens next. Who could not sign up to see what the H dog is wearing next?

cherelli said...

Oh wow, you are still blogging - and sounds like you have toughed out a start up year in your business; I'd love to follow your new blog; I enjoy/get inspired by your constant drive to challenge yourself in all facets of life...may the next year bring you much fulfilment (and the debt load just naturally diminish with your enjoyment of what you do)...

Jordan said...

Please bring me along.

Lisa Graham said...

Awesome new 'do! Change is good! Looking forward to 2012 as well :) I will definitely check out your new blog.

Megan said...

I'd love to follow your new blog Amber.
"Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go."
Joshua 1:9