I’ve been in the need of a new website for a really long time, and then it took another significant amount of time (and work) to get it done. From the initial vision, to design, to coding (I outsourced the last part). As usually, I envisioned it to be much easier than it turned out to be and there were some bumps along the way, but I am very happy with the result and really excited that it’s now done and live!
The end of 2014 is literally around the corner, so I thought it would be a good idea to make a review of it from my perspective, and to consider what went right, what went wrong and what lessons can I take from it to make 2015 even better. I decided to divide it into 3 categories: successes, failures and other memorable events. Let’s start with successes:
The year 2011 is just about to end, so I would like to wish you guys all the best for the upcoming year. Mainly, I wish you health and love, because I think these two are the most important sources of happiness in life. Initially, I wanted to sort of sum up this year, consider what I’ve learned and what I’ve missed, what I’ve accomplished and what I didn’t manage to do; and things like these, but I am not in the right mood for this right now. I am ill, and I have been ill for last week+. Even though I did what I could to get well, it didn’t improve much. And I know that if I tried to write something meaningful at this moment, it would end up as just a bunch of pesimistic and self-defeating gibbering. Perhaps I’ll try to do this somewhen in January, but again: I do not promise it.
So enjoy the new year as much as you can, and don’t forget to pursue things that matters most in life. Also keep in mind that this is our last year ever, because Earth is set to expire on 21th December, 2012; right?
Well, that’s of course nonsense. In fact, the only person who has been waiting for it is me. This is my first blog post ever, and I am full of expectations of how it’s going to take off. If you are curious why, carry on reading, if not, that’s ok too. I promise I won’t be crying long for the lost reader.