It’s time to look back on the year 2019 and the last 10 years. I won’t say “the last decade” lest the mansplainers get their shorts in a knot about it technically not being the end of the decade. 🙂
10 years ago, I was 4 months into my own consulting business. In 2019, I started the year in an employment role but went back to full time independent consulting in June. Long story short: I think I was meant to be a consultant. If you’d asked me 10 years ago if I thought I’d still be running my own business, I would have likely said “I’m not sure but I hope so!”.
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Well, it’s that time of year again, and time to look back at 2018 and plan for the new year. This is the 9th year where I’ve been writing these resolution posts and it’s always fun to look back at what I thought the last year would bring.
If I could describe 2018 in one word or phrase, it would be “emotional roller-coaster”. This year had more ups and downs that I’ve had in a long while. My life is fairly simple overall and I don’t tend to vary emotionally much (I don’t think) but 2018 reminded me that no one is immune to things affecting your mental health, no matter how strong a person you are otherwise.
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It’s the start of another year and that means it’s time to look back at 2017 and think about what I’d like to do in 2018. I always enjoy looking back at my previous year’s post to see what glorious things I hoped (or wanted) to occur this past year.
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Will you look at that? The calendar says it’s January 1st. Holy Cow. I give up trying to write “time flies” in any new and innovative way, as I say something similar every year in this blog post! But, it did fly by, again, and it was a great year!
It’s kind of funny re-reading previous years’ posts. Last year was all about “maybe I’ll finish my basement reno this year”. It’s still not 100%… lol.
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I’ve heard that as you get older, time seems to fly by more quickly. I’ve certainly found that to be true recently, as 2015 seems to have vanished quite quickly. I’m writing this while sitting on my sofa, with a bowl of fruit and a cup of tea, my Christmas tree still lit up, reflecting on the past year and easing into my day. Before I get too comfy or distracted, here’s my annual post on my resolutions for the new year and how I fared in my resolutions for last year!
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Hey, look at that… another year just whooshed by! Time for another post of what I resolve to do this coming year and how I fared this past year.
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I’m a little late with this post this year. It is that time of year where we review the year just passed and make resolutions for the New Year.
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It’s that time of year again – time for a review of 2012 and noting what to resolve to do in 2013.
I say this every year – time flew by! As my dad just told me, it seems to fly by faster the older you get. It certainly does! Today is December 31st and my sister & I are visiting my dad and his wife, and loving the few relaxing days away from home. Along with relaxing with family, this is my favourite, if not humbling, part of the new year process: reviewing what I said I would do this year!
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Happy new year everyone! It’s January 1st, 2012 and it’s time again to review last year and make some resolutions for this year.
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Happy new year everyone! It’s January 1st, 2011 and, like many of you, I take some time around the new year to look back on my last year and look forward to the new. It’s always fun to take a look at last year’s resolutions to see how you fared a year later. I’m not sure if others do this too, but most of the time the resolutions I wrote the previous year, I don’t look at again during the year! Ugh! No wonder resolutions are not very successful for me!
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