Those of you on Facebook probably have been seeing lots of old photos of you and your friends over the last few weeks. Facebook upped the ante on its Year in Review feature in 2014.
When it appeared on my timeline, I took a look at my Year in Review. I was underwhelmed. Each time I checked out a friend's year, I returned to looked at mine. It still did nothing for me. Finally, on the eve of New Year's Eve, I spent some time looking through my old posts. That's when I figured out what the problem was: FB got it wrong.
They are focused on photos and picked moments when I took a lot of pictures. But I'm a writer, so I prefer photo-less posts. And some things just aren't meant for FB.
Here are my highlights from 2014:
- Opening Serenity Place DC, your neighborhood yoga studio
- Launching Moore Education
- Becoming a certified life coach
- Introducing my boyfriend to my family
- Getting together with my book club every 6-8 weeks
- Exploring boundaries with a small group of women
- Saying goodbye to a job at which I became miserable
- Coming Back to Princeton for the Black Alumni Conference
- Seeing my combined retirement account balance cross a major benchmark
For most of these, no photos were taken. However, they did include some very special people. To each of them, I offer my thanks for being a part of an amazing year.
P.S. For those of you who are my FB friends, feel free to check out the other version of my Year in Review.
Crystal Moore began her wellness quest in 2003 after being diagnosed with lupus. Her quest has led her to embrace yoga, faith, exercise, healthy eating, and relationships. Share her journey.