Yesterday I shared about the process my colleagues and I went through after finishing a major project, reviewing what went well and what didn’t. Having just finished 2012, it’s a good time to do the same on a personal level. Yesterday I reviewed what didn’t go well or as planned, so today I’ll focus on the positive side of 2012.
I started a blog! As stated in the previous post, I wasn’t as consistent as I’d hoped, but I took the plunge. Fortunately, some of you joined me and have stuck around. You are much appreciated! I’ve enjoyed the interaction and feedback and hope to receive more of that in 2013.
I began a writing project! No, I’m not as far along in the project as I’d hoped, but it has been an amazing experience just doing the research. So many things have just fallen into place that I KNOW I’m supposed to continue and am looking forward to sharing my progress with you.
I tried two homeopathic remedies for the treatment of migraines. Neither was successful, but I’m actively doing all I can to reduce the frequency and severity of the headaches.
I was consistent enough with my exercise routine in 2012 that it hasn’t been difficult to pick up the pace this year. That’s a huge plus!
On a much more personal level, I was blest with a new granddaughter thanks to my son and daughter-in-love. In addition, I have a renewed relationship with my daughter and 18-month-old granddaughter. To top it all off, the husband and I celebrated 33 years of marriage!
Having spent some time thinking about the things that either exceeded or failed to meet my expectations in 2012, I realize that I need to make some changes in the way I approach projects so there are more successes to celebrate. I’ll keep brainstorming ways to make that happen – with *finesse.
Tomorrow: Goals for 2013!
*finesse (skill, flair, grace elegance, poise, assurance)
It sounds like a successful year, Linda. Every year has ups and downs. It’s all in how you ride the roller coaster of life that makes you. 🙂
I’m certain that your family is blessed having you as a mom-in-love, mom, grandma and wife. Keep up the blogs!