Personal goals: A look back at 2022 and ahead to 2023

January 6, 2023

I almost didn’t make time for this, but I’m so glad I did — because looking back at my goals from 2022, it’s easy to see just how much has changed.

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Reflecting on 2021 and Setting Goals for 2022

December 27, 2021

As I set goals this year, I’m keeping it simple, giving myself lots of flexibility, and forcing low expectations.

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I Am Furious At the Patriarchy

May 22, 2021

I’m angry that anti-abortion legislation is coming down the pipeline now, after the year women have had. Are lawmakers trying to kick us while we’re down?

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2020 Was the Year That Revealed All Truths. Here Are Mine.

April 7, 2021

Last year unearthed a pessimism I didn’t know existed inside of me. I feel forever changed; my worldview has tilted. And not in a good way. In a that-year-stole-my-innocence sort of way.

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My 2020 Year-in-Review, Plus Looking to 2021

January 7, 2021

I haven’t written a year-in-review post in years. So why would I write one in a year when social media keeps reminding me that simply surviving 2020 is an achievement?

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How We Decided Where to Live, and Chose An Unexpected Place

January 6, 2020

The place where we ended up was not suggested by a single person or list, and it’s perfect for us. Here’s how a spreadsheet helped us pick it.

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On Doing Less and Holding Space

November 4, 2019

I know I am happier when I do less. And yet I constantly feel the pull to do more.

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New Home, New Work, New Life. How I’m Spending My Time

September 11, 2019

What does life look like when you design it with intent? Here’s how I’m spending my days and what I’m working on.

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Change Can Be Scary… And So Worth It

June 19, 2019

We were living under the curse of Doing Too Much. And we knew it wasn’t sustainable.

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How a Lesson I Learned in High School is Helping Me Get Back in Shape

March 8, 2019

It’s hard to be bad at something when you used to do it well. But I keep reminding myself: It’s not the speed that matters. It’s consistency.

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