I’ve felt stumped about what to say for my 2016 goals. I felt like I failed at all my goals in 2015 because I had to focus so much on my health crisis. I can’t fault myself for that because, you know, figuring out why I was experiencing debilitating pain and weakness was important and it was equally important for me to focus on treatment once we started getting answers.
But that also meant my focus was taken from what I had hoped to accomplish. In some ways, that’s worked out well because I’m realizing my original goals need to be altered a bit. In some ways, I actually met or exceeded the goals. That still means I missed some marks and I just have to be OK with that.
So, let’s review. Many of these were never spelled out publicly but I figure there’s no harm in talking about them now. My 2015 goals (and results) were: Continue Reading →