But I have no other goal or resolution other than to somehow survive being the mother of 3, home school Rachel, run 2 small businesses from home and stay sane.
2010, what a year. But compared to 2009 it was a great year.
*I moved to CT, then moved again to our lovely house, i love this house and I love living near the beach.
*Fell very very much in love with the Geek, he really is wonderful and the more I know the more I marvel, may it be a lifetime of discovery.
*Made a home for the Pinklets that they are thriving in. Case in point this morning Caleb woke up with a swollen eye from his sinuses due to a cold he has, he went to Yme’s side of the bed for comfort and crawled in with him. My kids think he is the sun, moon and stars.
* Got divorced
* Got knocked up rather unplanned, but as things go it means that the 2 Pinklets now will be closer in age to #koos which I think is a good thing.
All in all many good things, it was a steep learning curve on many of these and not always easy but i feel like 2010 was like the foundation, now we build.
I saw these 60 tips for an exceptional life on twitter today which I quite like so I leave you with that for 2011
1. Exercise daily.
2. Get serious about gratitude.
3. See your work as a craft.
4. Expect the best and prepare for the worst.
5. Keep a journal.
6. Read “The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin”.
7. Plan a schedule for your week.
8. Know the 5 highest priorities of your life.
9. Say no to distractions.
10. Drink a lot of water.
11. Improve your work every single day.
12. Get a mentor.
13. Hire a coach.
14. Get up at 5 am each day.
15. Eat less food.
16. Find more heroes.
17. Be a hero to someone.
18. Smile at strangers.
19. Be the most ethical person you know.
20. Don’t settle for anything less than excellence.
21. Savor life’s simplest pleasures.
22. Save 10% of your income each month.
23. Spend time at art galleries.
24. Walk in the woods.
25. Write thank you letters to those who’ve helped you.
26. Forgive those who’ve wronged you.
27. Remember that leadership is about influence and impact, not title and accolades.
28. Create unforgettable moments with those you love.
29. Have 5 great friends.
30. Become stunningly polite.
31. Unplug your TV.
32. Sell your TV.
33. Read daily.
34. Avoid the news.
35. Be content with what you have.
36. Pursue your dreams.
37. Be authentic.
38. Be passionate.
39. Say sorry when you know you should.
40. Never miss a moment to celebrate another.
41. Have a vision for your life.
42. Know your strengths.
43. Focus your mind on the good versus the lack.
44. Be patient.
45. Don’t give up.
46. Clean up your messes.
47. Use impeccable words.
48. Travel more.
49. Read “As You Think”.
50. Honor your parents.
51. Tip taxi drivers well.
52. Be a great teammate.
53. Give no energy to critics.
54. Spent time in the mountains.
55. Know your top 5 values.
56. Shift from being busy to achieving results.
57. Innovate and iterate.
58. Speak less. Listen more.
59. Be the best person you know.
60. Make your life matter.
Robin Sharma – Author of the #1 international bestseller “The Leader Who Had No Title”