New Year’s Resolutions 2016 – The Results
The year that was 2016 is nearly finished. For me personally, it’s been a pretty good year, but there’s been some weird shit happening on planet earth. First off, Britain went totally bonkers with Brexit and I found myself on the losing team. Then, the United States went equally bonkers and voted in Trump. Finally, and worst of all, the BBC lost the rights to Great British Bake Off. I don’t think I’ll ever comprehend how any of these events happened, but if I had to guess, I’m thinking that maybe there’s an advanced race of aliens out there and they’re playing a sick game of civilisation with us.
Anyhow, weird shit aside, my 2016 New Year’s resolution has worked out pretty well. I’ve increased my published output and I seem to have broken my habit of procrastinating. Looking at my blog archive and GitHub profile, I published either a blog post or git commit every day — apart from when I took a few weeks off for a holiday to Hong Kong and Australia.
I’m pleased with how my 2016 resolutions have gone and I’m definitely going to try and keep posting and committing in 2017. Talking of which, I’ll be posting my 2017 New Year’s resolutions tomorrow.