It’s five pm and some idiots are attempting to start a firework outside, so you know it’s New Year’s Eve. I already did my End of the Year Book Survey, but – inspired by this video – I’d like to take the opportunity and reflect back on 2014 and set some goals for 2015.
THIS YEAR I…
…moved out of the student dorms and into a new apartment, where I feel more comfortable.
…went backpacking in Colombia for four weeks.
…attented an improv theater seminar and performed in front of people.
…went to Amsterdam.
…started this blog.
…learned more about myself and to accept who I am.
…went to the Frankfurt Book Fair.
…read a lot more than last year.
…made some new friends.
These are just the things I can actually remember, and overall I’m fine with how the year went. But enough reflecting! I have this weird thing about setting goals. Basically I never really do it because I worry about not meeting them. But SO WHAT – if I don’t set them I’ll never meet them, right?
NEXT YEAR I…
…want to do well in university.
…want to work or intern during the lecture-free times.
…want to do something that’s out of my comfort zone.
…want to keep blogging consistenly.
…want to meet new people, make new friends and stay in touch with the old ones.
…want to continue to grow personally.
…want to participate in NaNoWriMo and win.
…want to make youtube videos.
Alright, I think that’s it. The last one is probably the scariest, and I need a decent camera first, but it’s been at the back of my mind for a while now. NaNoWriMo is also pretty intimidating because I’ve always wanted to write a book and I’ve never come close to finishing one, but I feel like I can do it under the right circumstances (I’m starting early with the pep talks to myself).