Just as quickly as it came, another year has ended and a new one has grabbed us. I don’t know about you, but last year felt like it went relatively quickly (see my last post for further details). On CNN recently, I found an article that stated 2012 was “The Year of Meh”, meaning that nothing of much consequence happened. Of course, this article was only referring to the pop culture and entertainment side of things (music, movies, Lindsay Lohan’s horribly-hated new film, etc). Did you feel that 2012 was also just “meh” for you? If you did, let’s try to change this.
It seems that my goals for this year are as follows:
1.) Debate going on twitter (see forthcoming post)
2.) Publish a new project (another forthcoming post)
3.) Try not to worry about matters which I have limited control over
4.) Try to control what I have worries over
5.) Write better blog posts (maybe better pictures would be a start?)
6.) Do not worry about how long these posts are, but only about the quality (I tend to check word count continuously in panic that I have not written “enough”, whatever that elusive phrase means)
7.) Expand my literary and film viewings
8.) Report more on my literary and film viewings
9.) Learn more of the piano
10.) Write a goal list and actually follow through with the items on the list!
Reader, do you have any goals for this year? Feel free to list them (or not) down in the comments section.
Here is a blank list for your top ten goals of the new year. If you have more, you can add them.
This year I will…
Happy New Year.