- Save money – I didn’t really, and it drove me kinda nuts at one point, but then I gave up and now I feel better. I have a good sense of how much I can spend in a month without actively keeping track before I get in trouble. The main thing is, I seem to have cured myself of involuntary spending. I splurge a little on groceries here and there (I don’t need coconut milk, but it’s lovely to have), a book now and then, but that’s about it. Good progress, in my book! All in all, we've gotten by just fine.
- Fashion – I never revamped my wardrobe, but even though I’m wearing practically the same things over and over, I’m happy about it. I get a new piece of clothing from time to time, and I love them to death. That’s fine with me.
- Fitness – It’s had its ups and downs, but overall, I feel this has seen some positive progress in 2012. I stuck to some fitness routines at various points throughout the year, saw some physical progress, but physical limitations/ailments set me back. I feel confident that I can get back on track once my health is not an issue.
- (Mental) Health – This year was really challenging, but I feel like I’ve come out ahead. I feel really proud of myself for sticking with therapy to see what I can accomplish. Overall, I feel like I’ve done really well for myself.
|Chopped off my hair.|
|Movie date for "Phantom Menace" with my little bro.|
|Vacation in Washington DC!|
|PAX East with friends.|
|Witnessing a beautiful union in Maryland.|
|Attending a wedding, lookin' good.|
|Also getting used to having my cat at the apartment.|
|Seeing this adorable kid turn 1 year old!|
|Getting into biking a few times a week.|
|The height of my yogurt-making prowess.|
|Meeting up with friends to go to Salem!|
|And the wedding of a good friend (can you spot me?)!|
|Thanksgiving with my family all together and well.|