It’s the end of the year, a time I always do some reflecting.
The last 20 months have been busy and demanding. I finished my Masters degree, dealt with the most debilitating injury I’ve ever experienced, started a new job, and generally tried to hold it together. I’ve been moderately successful… Some of life I’ve handled better than others… I am planning to be better next year.
- Rehab for my super sexy herniated disc, focusing on core work and hip flexibility. Measure of success: Run regularly again.
- Find a board of directors to help me with career planning, development and progression. Measure of success: Four directors.
- Read for fun again. Measure of success: Document it here.
- Slow my roll with The Next Thing™. Don’t rush into the next big thing… Measure of success: Knit a sweater.
Yes, I know those aren’t exactly SMART goals and the measures of success are unique but it’s all meaningful for me. You are invited for the ride!
What I’m reading
Philip Pullman’s The Secret Commonwealth and it’s being consumed with some Muscato.
Let’s go 2020. I’ve got plans for you!