Here’s a few of my 2013 resolutions… er, goals, I mean. Write more. Laugh more. Lose 45 more lbs. (and then I’m done) and maintain a healthy, active lifestyle. Earn a blue belt. Share more. Get back into photography and art. See more shows. Live more. Write an iOS app. Complete a book/story and publish it. Learn more, especially around code. Not too bad for goals, no? What are yours?
2013 is a mere 13 minutes away. I am sitting on my couch in the house we built in 2012, polishing off a second glass of @diosatequila cafe caramel flavor. I sense that this year will be a transition for many in the computing world. (Well, hell. When is it not?) I don’t have many resolutions, except that I want to get more of my creative self back out there in the world.
It’s 2011. It’s probably time for some New Year’s Resolutions, so here’s the obligatory post. First, let me speak a bit about 2010. 2010 was an interesting year. I label it a year of transition because there was quite a bit of that. If 2010 had an overall theme, it was definitely “transition.” I transitioned in many areas: Professionally, in deciding that if I had my way about it, I’ll never work with Windows again.
So just in case you are wondering if I’m conscious of the New Year… yes, I am. Believe it or not 🙂 I have just three resolutions this year and they’re quite personal. I’ll share them with you, intrepid reader, since you can keep a secret. Do better at maintaining my temper, blood pressureand sanity. Sleep better. Lose 80 pounds by last December 2009. Think I can do it?