2006 was an important year for a lot of people, including myself. I left highschool and started college, started working for Weblogs Inc, put a name to a lifelong passion (cognitive science), and made a fantastic group of new friends in San Francisco. But as interesting and exciting as last year was, I think this one will be even better. All signs point to me moving to New York City in the fall to attend City College and Queens College (both schools in the City University of New York system) to continue my degrees in graphic design and neuroscience. This will be my first experience living alone, out in the big, bad, “real world,” and I couldn’t be more excited. In addition to this major life turning point, there is a considerable list of things I’m hoping to accomplish in 2007, and I see no reason why I shouldn’t be able to see all these goals achieved by this time next year. The list is as follows, in no particular order:
– Lose weight and get healthier through smarter eating and regular excersize.
– Finally learn Python and XHTML/CSS.
– Find more time to read books for fun (as opposed to assigned reading).
– Fully implement and stick with a GTD system.
– Get up and running with Cognitive Creative.
– Fall in love (cheesy I know, but shut up.)
– Other less specific but still important things that I can’t seem to remember.