I’ve been neglecting this lately, so here we go:
1. Find something active to do indoors
This is just a massive fail. I have had zero motivation for physical activity for months now. I know I need to do better. I know that I’ll feel better if I do. But when I’ve got writing and editing to do, knitting and design projects that need finished, a huge stack of library books–well, you get the picture. I’m sure everyone has about 30,000 excuses for not working out, but I have yet to find the one thing that will motivate me to actually do it.
Working out is boring. Until I can find a way to make it interesting, then I think this one is going to be on perpetual hold.
2. Finish 2 manuscripts by the end of the year
Hopefully, Nano will be what pushes this one to completion, but if not I have another story waiting in the wings. I was not able to finish my earlier project as I’d hoped, but it is waiting patiently for me to return to it in December.
3. Save up for a trip in 2015
I am slowly working on this. We are planning on going to Steampunk Symposium in April, so I am saving up for that. There’s also the possibility of another trip (remember the Chicago/Williamsburg debate? We’ve also added Gettysburg into the mix; right now it is the front runner), but that is still up in the air. First and foremost, I need a bed that is not inflatable and supported by plastic storage totes. There is also the matter of the debt I incurred while unemployed, which I am still contending with.
And yes, I am still employed. 🙂