As 2017 comes to a close (thank Christ), I can’t help but feel incredibly grateful for embarking upon this project and everyone who has supported me– friends, family, and all the great new people I’ve met through this blog. Writing here has proved more fulfilling than I ever imagined.
I have quite a few new essays in the works I’m really looking forward to sharing, so stay tuned!
On a personal note, 2016 was a really awful year for me full of personal turmoil, and 2017 was also hard but a massive improvement. I plan to keep it going in 2018. My resolution is sort of abstract but I think a good one. I want to make myself proud every single day. If I can do that I will have achieved so much by 2019! Right now I’m very optimistic about the work I’m doing and will do.
I hope you all have a wonderful New Year’s celebration. What is everyone’s resolution?
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That’s a brilliant resolution. I like that it allows you to fulfil it in different ways. It’s day two–how are you going so far?
Me: I’ve got two. One is to be as honest as possible about who I am with more people, more often–to do less of the hiding-as-pleasing that comes too easily. And the other is to ship more: to write more articles, present more material, give more workshops, finish my website, that sort of thing. I really admire people who have a large catalogue of finished works that are out there. Saying ‘this is finished, here it is’ can be a challenge for me.