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A happy New Year to everyone!


As 2013 comes to a close, it’s tempting to try to figure out the year’s defining essence. But who can possibly say? There was tragedy, there was triumph. Some disappointed, others wildly exceeded exceptions. I don’t think I’m alone in saying that when examining my personal life in 2013, the bag is just as mixed. However, it has certainly has been a big year for us at Six-Word Memoirs with our site re-design and wildly successful Six-Word Festival on Twitter. No matter how 2013 has treated you, we wish you all the very best for the year ahead—here’s to many more!

Check out our favorite Six-Word Memoirs from people confronting the end of one year, the beginning of the next, and the changes they hope/fear will/won’t take place:

Year end accounting takes a toll. – Redhead2001

The year ends with the flu. –Level1

My New Year’s resolution: Live simply. –Skyebird

Battling agoraphobia registered Boston Marathon 2014.  –Loganberry

Sticking to my old resolution. None. –JAD

Hiring lawyer to draft 2014 resolutions. –NumbrOneAunt  

New year. New camera. New world. –livinglifebackward

That was stupid. Lost 2014 calendar. –jl333

New Year’s Resolution: make no resolutions. –Tenacious Badger11

Year Ends. It all makes Sense. –Raven_Josa

At end of rope and year. –mzejay

New Year, new start, old me… –Knoxena 

Early new year, rapid repentance required. –notjustagirlintheworld


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