Au Revoir Paris, Time to Get Organized for 2014.

This is the last in my Traveling With Kids In Paris project:

I’m starting my new year on Monday the 13th when we get home from Paris.

These are the exciting things awaiting me:
  1. Set up mammogram. 
  2. Set up doctor appointment to remove child’s warts.
  3. Figure out Obama Care to see if we can get some savings. 
  4. Pay my husband’s health insurance. 
  5. Pick up cats from kennel 6. groceries, cars, home etc.
To long terms goals:
  1. Get a day job.
  2. Build blog.
  3. Sell TV script.
  4. Get book published.

Universe? Are you listening? I could use a little luck to go with my effort.

How do you balance your day-to-day tasks with your long-term goals?

Do you use some kind of calendar? Do you have an app that helps? All advice is welcome, because I need to get organized for 2014.

In the meantime, here are a few of my last snaps of our time in Paris:

Shannon Bradley Colleary, traveling with kids in Paris
Henry and I in the Musée d’Orsay’s Belle Epoque restaurant no doubt eating our 20th kilo of bread.
Shannon Bradley Colleary, traveling with kids in Paris
The gorgeous ceiling at the Belle Epoque restaurant.
Shannon Bradley Colleary, traveling with kids in Paris
Gustave Caibellote’s Les Raboteurs de Parquet at the Musée d’Orsay.
Shannon Bradley Colleary, traveling with kids in Paris
Edoard Manet’s Woman With Fans. at the Musée d’Orsay.
Shannon Bradley Colleary, traveling with kids in Paris
Van Gogh Self Portrait at the Musée d’Orsay.
Shannon Bradley Colleary, traveling in Paris with kids
Van Gogh Starry Night Over The Rhone at The Musee d’Osay.
Shannon Bradley Colleary, Eiffel Tower, traveling with kids in Paris
The Eiffel Tower from the Seine.

If you want to start at the beginning of our trip to Paris click Here!

12 thoughts on “Au Revoir Paris, Time to Get Organized for 2014.”

  1. Loved the Musee d’Orsay when I was in Paris, probably my favourite gallery. As for balancing the day-to-day with the long term goals, I’m not the person to ask. It’s only Jan 11th and I’m already at meltdown!! Sorry! But I wish you all the best as we share many of the same tasks and goals. And if you find a solution, please share! Thanks!

      1. you just cover each wart with a tiny piece, change it out weekly
        (or when it gets grubby). It doesn’t hurt at all, and works like magic. (we had tried everything, including very painful freezing, and they always came back before).

        good luck!

  2. We’re going in May, thanks to frequent flier miles! Love your pictures and ideas for the trip. If you don’t mind, where did you stay?

    1. Yes, we rented a wonderful apartment on in the Latin Quarter on the Left Bank right near Rue Moufftard. It was such a fantastic location.LMK if you want the contact info of the owner.

  3. Mabel MacGillycuddy

    Wonderful pictures! You might want to check out Simpleology. It sounds weird but is a free online productivity program about making to progress to goals simple.

  4. What kind of day job? Have you looked into teaching online classes since you have a Master’s degree? I’d say there are plenty of colleges/universities that would snap you up. Plus, you can work from anywhere with Internet access.

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