That is HUGE!!
Tor, you should be very proud of that, man. Keep up the good work!
I started a journal.
Started working on personal improvement by reading books and listening to seminars.
Got a new job, same company different department.
Competed in two obstacle course races, one was 12 miles the other was 3.5-4 miles.
It seems like there must be more. I feel like this year has been really good so far.
Great replies, all of you!
Went mountain climbing for the first time.
Got into college in the spring and am currently in my second semester making all A's and B's.
Became assistant manager of the pool I work at.
Broke a few addictions I've been struggling with.
And advanced in my journey to become a better man.
I'd say that it has been a very productive year. I've meet every resolution I've made at the beginning of the year except for one, and I plan to accomplish that very soon.
*Met all savings goals; will meet giving goals by year's end
*Got comfortable enough arguing in court that I now prefer to eat beforehand
*Completed a 50,000 page document review assignment
*Had first physical in 10+ years, first blood tests ever, got needed treatment
*Home oral care "good"
*Started an exercise routine
*Drafted many filings of kinds I never had before, some brand-new to the firm, even
*Learned tons about architecture
-The Clients of Randolph Mason
-Randolph Mason, Master of Destinies
-The Jewish Roots of the Eucharist
Thanks for asking this. Works as a good reminder to get off my ass!
But I did accomplish a few things, i guess.
Started a wood carving hobby and competed several small pieces.
Finally drug out the canoe I inherited a couple of years ago and put it to good use with the family.
Started a new job.
Lost 20 lbs in the first 5 months of the year. Have since stopped losing, but at least I havent gained any back.
Started a new job as a design engineer in the mining industry.
Driven approximately 55,000 miles in my work commute (AND listened to half of Dr. J. Vernon Mcgee's Through the Bible 5-year program in that process).
Spent two weeks at a Chilean mine site.
Visited six different mine sites.
Sold two houses.
Accumulated 37,000 frequent flier miles on flights alone (NOT credit card miles).
Had it snow on me in July in California.
Visited the East Coast for the first time.
Shot my first coyote.
But the year isn't finished yet... still much more to do!