This quick and cheery post should do two things.
One of my previous goal projects was to to exercise more though, more broadly, I was interested in improving my overall health and wellness through more frequent, targeted exercise and cleaner eating. I’m not actively blogging on this topic any more but it’s something that’s still on my mind. Looking through the drafts folder, I found this post on nerdy tracking tools and thought it was worth sharing. This post looks at 5 of the gadgets and health tracking tools I use to follow my progress.
Last year, I shelved my pen licence but now I’m ready to roll again and I’m rediscovering there’s a need and a role for blogging in my daily life. Here are my plans for the next 12 months, including new goals I’m going to bust and some new expectations you can have of me.
UPDATED | That’s all for now, there isn’t any more. After two years of tracking progress against my goals, I’ve decided it’s time to hang up my Bloggers Cap and retire my Pen Licence while I focus on some bigger challenges that I’m keen to conquer in 2013.
Before too much of the year sails by (“HOW is it already February?” he asks, shaking his head and tutting) I thought I’d post a quick summary of the last flicks I ticked off my “must-see film” list for 2012. This last batch was a really mixed-bag and rounded out a year of enjoying lots of recommended films I hadn’t carved out time to see before. (I got through 25 in total, just 1 film shy of my goal of 26.)
With 2012 done and dusted, I’m taking stock of the year and while I’m in a reflective mood, I thought I’d add a quick blog about my best workout of 2012. In late October, I competed in the 2012 Burnie Ten – an annual coastal run staged in Northern Tasmania which I last blogged about in November last year.