A New Golfer, A New Year

I’m baaaaack! 

Finally, I’m back from all the chaos (and excitement) of getting married and honeymooning and it feels really great. As some of you may know, planning a wedding is not an easy task. It took a lot of my free time and a lot of my patience, and unfortunately, I’ve been golfing a little less and I’ve definitely been blogging less. However, my wedding was perfect and my honeymoon was absolute paradise. I can say that I’m one happy wife and happy golfer! 

As we approach the Holidays, there’s a lot of reflection I have to do. A portion of my blog is going to be dedicated to these personal reflections going forward. It’s not for everyone, maybe  you don’t care much or maybe you’re too busy to read someone else’s stories. But, for me,  it’s a time to reflect on what I learn and to hopefully touch some of my readers with some of my personal experiences. At the very least, I hope to inspire you to share yours because I know there will be times when I may need your motivation and your wisdom. 

There is a lot to look forward to this coming year. I feel like that with each one that passes I make a lot of strides with my golf game, my writing, my personal growth and certainly my professional growth. And, while many of my goals are focused on work (yes I have a real job), there are also a lot that have to do with my personal life. 

To share a few with you, I’ve committed myself to blogging at least once a week, going through the full Tathata 60-Day Training Program, writing my first short novel and reading a lot more. I know what you’re thinking: “How in the world is she going to do ALL of that?!” Well, watch me! Last year, I set a lot of goals for myself and I’m happy to report that I checked them all off my list. Anything is possible when you believe in yourself. 

Well, it looks like this year, I’ll have a lot of hurdles and a lot of hills to climb, but during tough times is when we grow the most. I know a lot of this year won’t be easy, but I also know this year is going to be filled with a lot of happy times and a lot of accomplishments. I welcome both with open arms. 

I hope that as I go through my own struggles, as I work to accomplish all of my goals, that I can be transparent with you. Even when I’m struggling, I will burn the midnight oil to post my reflection here. And, you can be guaranteed that I’ll be sharing a lot more reviews on golf products and a lot more reflections on the Tathata 60-Day Training program. 

And, if you’re ever inspired to reach out to me and share some of your thoughts, please do! Shoot me an email or leave a comment on one of my posts. The more we share, the more we are able to help each other out. 


Peace, 

Amy 
AKA the Golfer Babe


The Golfer Babe is an official brand affiliate of Tathata Golf. 

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