Longtime readers may remember my post around this time last year on what I wanted to accomplish in 2015. Now that 2015 is almost over, now seems like a good time to look back and reflect on what I’ve done.
Update this blog at least once a week. I was really good at updating for awhile, but like every year there were times I fell off the wagon. I wrote in here less often this year than last year, but I didn’t totally forget about this site. Good enough, I guess.
Read 60 books. I’m on track to triple this goal by the end of the year. Very check.
Get a (better) job. Check! I’m still doing freelance writing/marketing/other content curating stuff, but now I have projects that actually pay the bills. Hooray!
Get moving. I started running and did 5k events in April, June, August, and October, as well as a 10k on Saturday. I didn’t really run in November because of NaNo, so I need to get back into that. Still, this is a win.
Edit at least one novel. I didn’t even start this. Oops. Moving to 2016.
Write more code. Kind of? I didn’t write as much code as I would have liked, but at least this year wasn’t a total fail there.
Attend Night of Writing Dangerously again. My bank account said no, and I was super bummed because of all the people I hadn’t met there before. Next year for sure, though! I’m already making plans.
Plan something awesome for Wikiwrimo’s 5th birthday in June. I almost completely forgot about this. Oops.
Write at least 100k for NaNoWriMo 2015. Very check. I managed 300k and a new personal NaNo high while working full-time and with very few days off. Check, check, check.
What’s up for 2016? I’m still figuring out some of the goals and settling on some big ones since 2016 marks my last full year in my 20s. Stay tuned.