The Boys are Back in Town

Well, it’s been a full year since I started this blog. I think it has gone well for me trying something like this for the first time. I can tell that my writing has improved slightly(with the minimal amount of writing that goes into this). I stated when I started this blog that my goals would be:

• Display projects I’m currently working on to provide a closer look at the
  design process
• Share some smaller projects
• Share my life experiences
• Improve my writing skills
• Have something to work on and update on a regular basis
• Prove that I’m a real person for the random people that stumble upon my website

I think over the past year with my posts I did exactly that. WooHoo! For the this year I hoping to accomplish the same things above with posts that revolve around design projects, life projects and life experiences expect I want to update more frequently. I have set goals for myself this year. The main one is to just dive in on projects and get started. I tend to prep too much before hand & it makes harder to get your hands dirty and just get started. It’s like when I’m rocking climbing and the next move on the wall is difficult, about 80% of the time when I mentally just say screw it and go for it I am successful, while the other times when I think about it too much about how I need to use my body I usually end up falling before even attempting the move. 

Last year I set goals that were more specific and more of just a list to check off. This year I am going to set goals that are more larger scale goals for me to be mindful of. This year I am going to “semi” share them with you all again. If you didn’t see last years I showed my goals in a mad lib sort of way. I’ve read many times that you are 50%, 60%, 70% whatever percent(I read a lot of different statistics) that if you share you goals or resolutions you are more like not to complete them. Here they are! Let’s get to it!

Nothing more inspiring for the new year than this picture of Phil from Thin Lizzy keeping the rock n' roll dream alive.

Nothing more inspiring for the new year than this picture of Phil from Thin Lizzy keeping the rock n' roll dream alive.