04 January 2017 @ 05:27 pm


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Day 3

In your own space, set some goals for the coming year. They can be fannish or not, public or private. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it.


Goals. Okay, I definitely want to keep quit smoking. I've been doing OK, but I've realised this is a process. Like, I can't say "I quitted smoking" because, no, I'm still quitting it, every day is a new day I'm trying so. There's that.

There's all that about getting healthier (losing a bit of weight), etc. Good things all around, you know? I'd say 'go out more' but you know, I'm happy with the amount of going out I do. :D I'd love to travel to new places, too. Travel more in general. Yeah, that's my goal, also.

Fannishly speaking, I feel the last couple of months I've been a bit scattered. I want to sort of find my center again. I want to still be here and read and comment and encourage people to create.

I'd love to keep track of how much I read. I've meant to keep track for ages but I always forget. Maybe I should start, just create a spreadsheet and add the few things I've read this year and—yep, I just did that! Nice.

Day 4

Comment to someone you haven't ever interacted with before or introduce yourself to someone you've interacted with and friend/follow them.


And I did that, too. And boy, let me tell you, it wasn't awkward at all to approach someone new and get all fangirly at them. :D


Feels a bit odd posting so often, very challenging for me. It's funny because I'm clearly very nearly always around. At least I get to use all these icons, eh? ^^
 
 
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