Hitting Refresh

Snow was lightly falling on the farm as 2012 came to a close. To celebrate, we ate chili and watched ABC’s live coverage of Times Square. At 11 pm, we watched the ball drop in NY and headed to bed. We’re lame: deal with it.

2012 was quite a year for us. It started off on a high note with taking over the dairy. However, in our first year farming we faced some real challenges. There were, of course, bright spots, but overall it was a year we would rather put behind us. Nothing has really changed since yesterday, but the new year feels like a fresh start.

Sunrise over a fresh snowfall Jan 1, 2013.
Sunrise over a fresh snowfall Jan 1, 2013.

One of my goals for 2013 is to be more consistent with my blogging. I enjoy it, and it seems like other people do, too. One of our most viewed posts was one that responded to a question from a friend: “Is it hot in here?”. Please, if you have any questions you would like answered or topics you would like to read about, let us know. You can reach us through the comments, the Contact Us page, or our Facebook page. Thanks for reading, and Happy New Year!

3 thoughts on “Hitting Refresh

  1. Being consistent is tough sometimes. I try to blog just once a week, but I find that sometimes it takes a bit longer to prepare a post.

    Some information posts take a while to get ready. If it isn’t a information post, I find that it is easier to write for me.

    What things have you put in place to achieve you goal?

    1. Mainly, I put it in writing here to hold me accountable!

      I’m going to shoot for once a week as well (which was my original goal). My plan is to build up a backlog of posts that just need polished before publishing to fill in the gaps when life is a little too hectic.

      Thanks for your comment!

      1. Making yourself accountable on the net is a great way. People start asking questions if you don’t do things.

        I have a bit of a back log of posts, but they are ones that I am not sure about that is why I haven’t posted them yet I guess.

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