1.04.2012

Things I Would Like to Do in 2012

It is now officially 2012. A new year... full of numerous surprises and to-dos. I'm excited! There are so many things I would like to do this year, so many areas I want to grow in... and yet I can't even mention one thing without first looking back at 2011. I like to think of it as a well-worn path of memories, accomplishments, and many, many failures, upon which I have learned countless valuable things and which has brought me to the place I am now. I have grown in my photography, a lot, and learned tons of new things about blog designing, and HTML in general (if you're an old follower, you probably know what I'm talking about ;). And 2012 is likewise, a path, yet untrodden, before me. I know that it'll be overgrown with weeds in places, even as it is sprinkled with colourful, sweet smelling flowers in others, but I take comfort in the fact that its Maker set it before me only because He knew I could make it to the end.

"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." ~ Jeremiah 29:11

"​For we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose." ~ Romans 8:28

With these thoughts in mind, I present to you my 2012 things-I-plan-to-do list (in no particular order). :)


2012 To-Do List
 
read 100 books
rewrite my novel, at least halfway
read at least two Jane Austen novels
reread Bryan Davis' Dragons In Our Midst and Oracles of Fire, then finish off with Song of the Ovulum
get a Kindle Touch
read Starlighter
read Isle of Swords and Isle of Fire
read LotR, ALL three parts this time
reread The Hobbit
review a book for a publisher
host a sponsor giveaway on either one of my blogs
get 100 followers on either one of my blogs
design at least 5 blogs, excluding my own
open an etsy shop
sell at least one of my photography prints
see The Hunger Games (March 23)
see The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (December 17)
get a Canon 50mm lens
do all those other things I really want to do but can't think of right now :D


     So... what's on your list?

1 comment:

  1. That is a great to do list! My is wimpy. :D

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