Wednesday, January 01, 2014

2013 +1

"They"say that what you do on New Year's Day represents what you will do all of this coming year. And so we'll see what I spend my time doing today, though I suspect that too much of it will be thinking about office work I'm not doing enough of (surely a safe bet for the dominant theme of 2014).

But it is also time for Resolutions that might not even last a week. And, since I am stunningly average in most ways, some of my goals for 2014 are what you might expect.

  1. I hope to worry about work less and at the same time, do my job with a cheerful attitude.
  2. I should work to lose a bit of weight and find some better ways to exercise this winter.
  3. I also want to blog more often--a refrain often heard on this site in recent years. But I'll try not to set unreasonable goals that I'm sure not to match. Just try to make the habit more reliable. And see if I can find things to write about that are interesting.
  4. Because one of my friends asked me to, maybe I'll make this long languishing project one of my blog activities for the new year? It would be nice to "complete" that digital project--for whatever it is worth.
  5. Finally, I want to make a Project for Awesome video this year. I've thought about it before, but never took the time to do it. But I have a good subject to center the video around, I have some personal experience with the work that is done there. Maybe I can get the other members in the Columbus Episcopal Youth group to help me get it done?

So, 2014 goals? Yeah, I've got a few. Here's to achievement!

(And, as for last year's project . . . I haven't forgotten it. My report on 2013 will be coming soon.)

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