Wednesday, December 30, 2020

5 things in 2020 — a review

5 things (books, movies, etc.) I enjoyed in 2020
  1. To All The Boys I've Loved Before (2018)
  2. Rabbit Proof Fence (2002)
  3. Loved Mars, Hated the Food by Willie Handler
  4. Puppy Love by Becky
  5. Holidate (2020)

5 things that went well in 2020
  1. Recovering from sports injuries
  2. Communicating better with family
  3. Spending more time outdoors
  4. Setting up a standing desk at home
  5. Establishing better writing habits

5 things that could have gone better in 2020
  1. Work-life balance
  2. Eating habits
  3. Personal grooming (quarantine eyebrows, anyone?)
  4. Dealing with rude and mean people
  5. Cleaning the house

5 things I'm proud of in 2020
  1. Releasing "The Guy From The Flower Shop"
  2. Releasing "The Guy From The Internet"
  3. Starting this blog
  4. Making new friends though my newsletter
  5. Maintaining a decent gym routine

5 things I would like to work on 2021
  1. Finishing "The Guy From The Library"
  2. Write more of "The Guy From The Wedding"
  3. Watching more romantic comedies
  4. Getting a haircut 😅 (how does anyone have time right now?)
  5. Getting my garden under control

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