It’s New Year’s Day 2015, and if I made any resolutions a year ago I’m sure I didn’t keep them. That’s not surprising because I realized a long time ago that it works best for me to write my resolutions at the end of the year instead of at the beginning. If I had made a New Year’s Resolution on Jan. 1, 2014 I’m sure it would have had something to do with writing. I probably would have said that I would focus on one thing at a time and stop “meandering” so much.
Looking back, however, I realize that’s just not going to happen. In fact, as I look back over 2014 I realize that my “resolution in retrospect” would be that I would ease up on myself. I wrote in an earlier post that I write because it’s fun – and that’s what I’m going to continue doing in 2015 … and just enjoy where it takes me.
That said … I had a lot of fun this past week putting together an illustrated New Year’s letter. I want to post it now because for the first time since I’ve been doing this I’ve actually finished it on New Year’s Day!
CLICK HERE: 2015 Letter