A lot of things had happened in the last quarter of 2018 when I thought life would just be plain and normal. At the point of writing this post, I have drafted my 2019 goals which I will share briefly when New Year approaches. This time, I will not be making a list of what had happened in Q4 2018, but more of an overview and what I have learned throughout the year.
After being away from blogosphere for about 6 months, I have many topics that I wanted to talk (write) about. I don’t prefer to dump everything into a single post, and for this reason I will have them posted in separate entries. In this particular post, I just wanted to share a quick glance of what had happened in the past months (April to mid Sept) while I’m away.
This year, I started to use a Planner. For me, the good thing about it is that I tracked things that happened almost everyday, also did a weekly and monthly review. I set time to write, log, and reflect. The planning part, I did it weekly, but it doesn’t work for me as much – most of the time, things changed. The journaling part, works wonderfully.
To keep this post simpler and shorter, I’m making it as a list for the past 3 months review (January – March 2018), both good and bad.
I don’t have any New Year’s Resolutions for many years already because I never actually achieved them. These recent years, I choose to go with list-making of attainable goals, and even if I don’t accomplish it within certain time frame, it is worthy to see that I’m making a progress, regardless big or small. It’s also the time to anticipate changes and opportunities for growth.