Throwback Thursday

Happy Thursday, friends. Let’s consider today’s “celebrating 40” topic a sort of Throwback Thursday, if you will. Hashtag TBT, as they say. Indeed, in the spirit of memory-keeping and in the spirit of gratitude, I thought it’d be nice to look back at some of the highlights of my 40th year.

Great Memories from My 40th Year

So, let’s take a look back. Here are some of my favorite memories of the last year, off the top of my head, in no particular order…

  1. Spending time in London with Bob in November – just one of the happiest times we’ve spent together
  2. Being pregnant and finding out I’m having a baby girl
  3. Becoming more and more comfortable and confident in my own skin
  4. Traveling to New Zealand
  5. Spending time in NYC to curate this mural guide and this travel guide
  6. Celebrating Bob’s 60th birthday
  7. Having my sister Kelli move back to Houston
  8. Exploring Key West with Maritere
  9. Going to Mexico for a friend’s wedding
  10. Attending the Kentucky Derby
  11. Visiting my Granny in Dallas – and putting together this Dallas mural guide
  12. Serving on the executive advisory board for engineering at UT in Austin
  13. Enjoying several weeks in Aspen
  14. Experiencing NYFW in September with B and his daughter
  15. Growing the Wear + Where + Well team
  16. Expanding the quantity and quality of content we publish here
  17. Creating a lot of Houston city guides, including my favorite of all, the Houston mural guide
  18. Making new friends and deepening a few special friendships
  19. Attending lots of Houston Rockets games
  20. Experiencing the most travel of my life in a single year – almost 200,000 miles traveled!

Bonus: Favorite Outfits of Last Year

As a bonus, I pulled together a few of my favorite looks of the last year. They are pictured above, and you can find more details on each here:

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In Closing

Thanks for taking a little walk down memory lane with me. I think it’s so important both to create memories and remember those experiences with fondness and gratitude. Truly, a spirit of gratitude has the power to bring happiness.

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