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Happy New Year 2014

January 1, 2014 — 20 Comments

Happy New Year 2014!

I am so thrilled to be saying goodbye to 2013. Seriously, this was not an easy year for me. However, it was a useful year with many endings that leads me into this new year with many open doors and possibilities.

2013 Recap:

  • My private Pilates teaching schedule in Tribeca doubled over the year, to the point where now I have waiting list for recurring appointments. -A great thing!
  • This website was upgraded by Google to a page rank of 3. -Another great thing!
  • Our 11 year old dog Smiley was finally diagnosed with Cushing’s syndrome (adrenal glands produce too much cortisol), and now that she has been on Vetoryl for a year she is much healthier! -A great thing.
  • My dear mother, Millie Lippin, who had been institutionalized with severe dementia for over 15 years, passed away at 82 years in hospice care on September 9. -Sad.
  • My father, Joseph Lippin’s, health steadily declined throughout 2013, leading to his death at age 87 in hospice care on October 15. -Very sad.
  • I crushed my left big toe in July, leading to 4 months in CAM walker surgical boot and 3 months of twice daily bone stimulator treatment. -Oy!

Looking forward to 2014. This year we plan to research where to move next. I would prefer to live somewhere warm again for a bit, and somewhere with great single payer health care.
And I am starting this year with a bang – I have joined BlogHer’s NaBloPoMo for January as well as the Ultimate Blog Challenge for January. The NaBloPoMo theme is Pressure, which is perfect for me, as I do work well under pressure. So look for daily (gulp) posts from me this month – starting today!

What are you looking forward to in 2014?

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Lynda Lippin is an award-winning NYC-based Certified Pilates Teacher with 25 years experience, an ACE Certified Personal Trainer who specializes in TRX® and Kettlebell training, and a Usui Reiki Master. Lynda's teaching style, which is described as "nurturing yet demanding," allows her clients, such as journalist Natalie Livingstone and designer Donna Karan, to overcome basic issues of poor posture, poor alignment, stiffness, injury, and back or neck pain. Lynda Lippin's clients end up stronger, taller, more flexible, and thinner with many fewer aches and pains. Livingstone says, "Lynda is the only personal trainer I have worked with who combines hard-core cardio, super-toning but not bulking weight circuits and expert pilates. Her results speak for themselves...." Contact Lynda Lippin to schedule a session or for more information.

20 responses to Happy New Year 2014

  1. Me too Linda! Thank you for checking out my blog :)

  2. Looking forward to following this January Prompt with you.

  3. Here’s hoping this year will be much better for you! Happy New Year! ♥

  4. My page rank increased to a 3 as well! How awesome!

  5. I love Pilates! Great to hear you are doing so well.

  6. Congrats on your successes and my condolences on your losses. I can totally appreciate your losses as my mother is living in a LTC Home with Parkinson’s Disease. May you have an amazing 2014! Best Regards, Wendy http://wendybottrell.com/future-of-nutrition

  7. Lynda I love the graphic in your blog header. Good luck with the challenge!

  8. Hi Linda! So sorry for the ups and downs of 2013. I have had a few years like that here recently. Perhaps this will be a better year with more ups :)
    I love the badge you have. That you did the NaBloPoMo challenge and all you got was this lousy sense of accomplishment hahaha :D
    Thanks for stopping by my blog! Have a good one!

  9. Ouch, 2013 wasn’t very nice to you! This year will be different though, I just know it! Keep your chin up and hold tight to a positive attitude and things will change for the better! Happy New Year!

  10. Given your 2013, looks like you’ll thrive in 2014 -- especially with that ‘perform under pressure’ method!

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