In the previous year, I can say that my life was at its pretty normal status. I go to work, go home and sleep, go out if there’s time (which happens seldom), and it has been a cycle. There were few thrilling happenings but I can hardly recall all of them. Perhaps due to the fact that they weren’t MY plans. They were either plans of my team (in my previous work), plans of my relatives, basically plans of somebody else that I just hitched on. Thus, they didn’t have that distinct value for me.
So I thought of creating a bucket-list-like list where I enumerate things, big or small, major or minor, that I’d like to accomplish within this year. I thought, I may need this so I could have control of my life, what I want to happen with it, shaping it, preparing it for the future. Most of the items in my list has got to do with making myself better, holistically.
I know it sounds like a new year’s resolution, but it’s a little late to call it that. So we’ll just hashtag it as #100for2012.
I do encourage you to create your own. This can be a remarkable year for anybody.
Here are the simple rules in creating THE list:
Jot down areas in your life that you value, those that are important, those that has direct impact to you as a person. Mine includes personal development, family, spirituality, health, creativity, social skills, finance, travel, and conquering fears.