Year in review: 2017

It’s in the books! A little bit over a year ago I started this blog with a post about my goals for 2017. Let’s see where I ended up on those:

Taken altogether, I’ve got about a 50% success rate on my goals for 2017. This is actually surprising since I haven’t looked at this list since I first wrote it, even though I told myself that I would be tracking my progress during the year. That’s something I should be better about.

Despite that, half is better than none and I can’t help but remember my 2017 with pride.

 
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