Friends, it is 2014.
Seeing a “4” after those three little numbers we have all grown accustomed to isn’t appealing to the eye. Saying “2014” out loud is uncomfortable. I’m not ready for it. In fact, it will take me (and probably you, as well) a large chunk of the next 12 months to get used to it. I will have to type or write “2014” or “’14” on all of my school assignments. I will see “2014” on all of my emails and bank statements. My calendar will be screaming 2014 at me, assuming I actually look at it. And, by the end of May, I might be confident that it is, in fact, 2014.
It takes time and a lot of repetition for something so simple as a date to be instilled in my brain. I’m willing to do it though, because I want to remember this year. 2014 is it’s own unique year- it’s the year that I graduate from college. It’s the year I truly embark on adulthood. It’s the year I get to evolve my passion for people and music. It’s the year I get to learn how to use my creativity in a business driven world. And, who knows, maybe it’s the year I land my dream job. I don’t know precisely what that is yet, but I’m working on it.
My goal is for this blog to serve as a guide to those seeking insight to the entertainment, arts, and music industry and inspiration to pursue a passion in any given field. I can’t guarantee that every post will be a thrill, but I will share as much knowledge as I acquire along the way. I’m sure my rabbit will make an appearance every now and then, for those of you who enjoy stinkin’ adorable animals.
Thus ends my first blog post of 2014. Let’s make this year a good’un!