of course, i didn't stop at the positive. i also looked at the areas where i want to do better. now equipped with this information, i can turn the page (literally) and write my new goals for march.
i've also enjoyed recording the books i'm reading and what i'm listening to. it makes me feel like i'm accomplishing things and also lets me look back at what has influenced me during the year. the lists i create ahead of time, to read and create, are also ways for me to keep ahead of myself. i don't waste as much time searching for the next book or project, since i've been writing ideas down as they come. i feel that i have some focus and momentum. plus who doesn't love to cross things off a list? :)
i also meant to mention that i read my one word by michael ashcraft and rachel olsen in january. it's got some good stuff in it. i especially liked the chapter on journalling. there is also a website that i haven't explored.
how are you doing with your one word or phrase? has its focus changed? i'd love to hear! :)