Ginny’s 2021 Wrap Up and 2022 Goals

Happy New Year! It’s been yet another weird year. We’re moving into our third year of Covid (sorry for the reminder), which is something only a few people expected and everyone hoped wouldn’t happen. I actually completed all of my goals for the year (which means I probably underestimated myself – but again, after 2020 I wanted something achievable.

My 2021:

  • I ready 116 books (well over the 80 books I had hoped)
  • Found a summer internship. It was a great experience and I really enjoyed learning about working in a new environment
  • I not only got the Covid vaccine, I got the booster. I’m lucky enough to have avoided catching the RONA so far, and I keep buying more cloth masks.
  • I did manage to ski 100,000 vertical feet!
  • I got a cat! Her name is Loaf and she a bit of a chonk and is perfect in every way.
  • I turned 30, which has been great so far. I celebrated with a weekend with Sam and then a masked concert from one of my favorite bands.

Here’s what I hope for 2022:

  • I’m aiming for 100 books this year. Even with a busy schedule, 80 books was too low.
  • I’d like to find a job to stay in the area. I love the skiing, I like the area, I have good friends here, and I don’t want to have to move again.
  • I’d like to volunteer a little bit more…
  • I’m going to buy flowers for myself at least once a month. I started doing this a few weeks ago and it’s been really nice and brightens up my apartment.

Honestly, writing my list of goals was really hard. Unsurprisingly, choosing a reading goal was the easiest part. But, it’s such a weird time right now that trying to plan for the future is difficult. I’m hoping that by next year I’ll be able to have more real goals.

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