2022 Accomplishments & 2023 Focus

2023-01-02T01:24:52+00:00January 1st, 2023|GOALS|

Looking back at 2023, the word that encapsulates my experience was faith. So much of what happened in my favor wasn't things I planned or strategized to achieve, they were opportunities that found me. So often I get concerned with the how of a thing, when I need to remember that the how isn't my responsibility. My job is the what. When I stand confidently in what I want and [...]

2020 Accomplishments & 2021 Focus

2020-12-31T23:07:44+00:00December 31st, 2020|GOALS|

To start my annual lookback, I went through my personal photo albums from the year and am stunned by how different this year was, pre-about-March 13th. We were quite literally in a different world back then. So much has changed. I have all these images of us unmasked, in groups, at concerts, traveling, and enjoying the company of strangers. There are people in my photos that aren't with [...]

2019 Accomplishments & 2020 Focus

2020-01-01T00:28:14+00:00December 31st, 2019|GOALS|

2019 was a banner year for me both professionally and personally. When I look back at the year overall, I have a lot to be thankful for. I didn't achieved everything I wanted, but I'm finding more peace regardless of what's going on in my life. I'm learning to stop trying to force things as much as I did in my twenties, a practice that carried over into [...]

2016 Accomplishments & 2017 Goals (Draft)

2017-12-30T15:49:34+00:00December 30th, 2016|GOALS|

For the past 3 or 4 years I’ve been publishing my annual accomplishments and upcoming year goals. It’s always fun to do this, and I encourage everyone to do it – even if you don’t share it out. Taking a moment to look backward at what you got done, evaluate where things got left, and setting a vision for the future is a great exercise for success. You don’t [...]

2015 Accomplishments & 2016 Goals

2017-12-30T15:48:56+00:00December 31st, 2015|GOALS|

I kicked off 2015 with some ambitious goals like “Workout 300 times”. I failed at that, but I did succeed in working out waaaaay more than I would’ve otherwise. So, win. I’m still not great at budgeting for the home, but I at least track our finances and know where the $$ is going. I use Mint, so I can tell you interesting facts like I spent exactly [...]

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