Write Me

As I have started the 213 in 2013 Project, I’ve quickly come to realize while this is definitely a personal journey and learning experience, it doesn’t mean I can’t get by with a little help from my friends along the way. What good are all of these memories going to be if I go at them alone or try to figure everything out by myself?

Several people have already reached out offering suggestions, sharing deals and sending websites my way to help me get through the task of crossing off all 213 items. Some have even jumped in on wanting to join me for a few and my attitude has always been — the more the merrier.

So, if you have some suggestions for things for me to check out, want to get in on the action yourself or just want to reach out and talk about your own personal goals for the year ahead, you can write me at nikimianni@gmail.com.

I’d love to hear more about how you’re making 2013 your best year yet — so drop me a note!

3 responses to “Write Me

  1. Your “Young, Married, and Pissed Off” blog was amazing. I read the 23 things to instead of getting married before 23 or whatever and all I thought while I was reading it was “I’ve done so many of these things, and the rest of them I have no desire to ever do whether I’m single or not”. I’ve traveled, been selfish, found myself, and made mistakes. I’ve been with my boyfriend 6 months and I’m still 20 but you know what, if we continue the way we are, I’ll be married before I’m 23. I found someone who let me be me and has supported everything about me along the way. We’ve still got a ways to go to figure out if we’re marriage ready but you know what if we think we are in 2 years, why does my age matter? Waiting 2-3 years to be with the love of your life just to be at an “acceptable” age makes no difference. If you’re at the point in your relationship where you are both ready for marriage and developed as a couple and human beings enough, why should you put it off for what society thinks? You’ll end up together either way so why wait? You had one of the best most inspiring arguments I have ever read and I wish you and your husband so much happiness together! Thank you for proving to everyone that marriage isn’t on a universal timeline, but a personal relationship timeline.

    • Hi Laura — first, thank you for reading! And second, thank you for your kind words. That’s fantastic to hear you’ve found someone who supports you and makes you happy while still allowing you to discover yourself! Wishing you and yours many, many great years and adventures to come! Because you’re right… marriage is on no other time line but your own. 🙂 Happy New Year!

  2. Hi Nikki!!! I am so thrilled for you and Mike. Congrats on the marriage. Everyone has their own ideas about being married young etc. I did marry at 20 the first time but I was pregnant and in my family’s world they think you HAVE to marry the baby daddy!! Bad mistake….. However had I married Harold at that young I have no doubt that we would have weathered all the storms. But it is what it is and mine didn’t work, but I see so many others that married young and have made it last.
    btw, any more cruises???? we think of ya’ll on every cruise…. Karaoke has never been the same! lol
    Elena

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