It’s 2010 Already?

Can you believe it’s already 2010? I sure can’t. I can’t believe it’s been a decade since we said goodbye to the awesome 90′s.

Anyways, I just wanted to say cheers to the new year, I hope everyone had an awesome New Year’s celebration. I had an awesome time celebrating in downtown St. Petersburg with some of my friends from high school (@kcmiller85 and @eg53).

A Look Back At 2009

One of the nice things about celebrating a new year is looking back at what you did the year before. 2009 was an eventful year for me and I managed to do a lot of things. Here’s a few of my highlights from last year:

Moving To Austin – Austin was an awesome city and I had a lot of fun living there for 6 months.

Meet Happy – We managed to get the coolest puppy ever in Austin.

The Haircut - Normally haircuts aren’t that great, but this one resulted in me cutting off ALL of my hair. It was a good move, though I’m not sure what will happen to my hair this year.

1 Year Of Self-Employment - Celebrating my first full year of self-employment was a big step for me.

Moving To Florida – Although I’ve only been here a few weeks, I’m really enjoying the weather and the beaches here in the Sunshine State.

Set Your Goals For 2010

If you haven’t set some goals for the year, now is a good time to do it. I have a feeling this is going to be a great year for everyone and a lot of great things are going to happen.

I’ll be blogging about some of my goals in the upcoming week, since I always seem to accomplish more when I put them in writing. Also, stay tuned for some pictures from around Florida.

Photo Credit: Optical Illusion | CC 2.0

2 thoughts on “It’s 2010 Already?

  1. self employment ideas

    I too have been at this IM thing for one year plus, and am putting in significant hours with sporadic paydays. But, I am pursuing my dream and am still confident that dream will be a reality very soon. Many people quit right before they reach the top of the mountain and never realize they were inches from getting over the top and letting that momentum carry them down that hill to success and happiness. I have found a common thread of successful people to emulate in a specific type of business model that I believe to be one of the most effective and lasting ways to become successful as your own boss. Best of luck to all who read this. Bill


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