New Year’s Resolution 2016
Happy New Year! If you are reading this, I hope 2016 is a fab year for you.
Last year, I set myself just one New Year’s resolution and I stuck to it. This year, I’m going to attempt to do the same. My 2016 New Year’s resolution is to increase my published output. To achieve this, I am going to attempt to do one (or more) of the follow every single day for the next year.
- write a blog post
- create a link post
- create a snippet post
- publish a doodle (my final custom post type, to arrive soon)
- push a commit to my GitHub account
- create a pen on my CodePen account
In theory, this should be quite simple and easy to achieve. In practice, it could be more difficult as I’m really rather prone to procrastination. I’m hoping that by setting myself this goal/resolution, I will prevent myself from procrastinating and break the habit, if procrastinating can be called a habit?
In preparation for making this resolution, I have been practising and I have managed to push a commit to my GitHub account everyday for the past 39 days. Not a bad effort, even if I do say so myself, and it is certainly enough to give me the confidence to think that I might actually be able to successfully stick to my new resolution in 2016.
Wish me luck!