I always end the year by writing about my accomplishments, failure, regrets, and resolutions. I love this time of year because the calendar naturally moves me to reflect and take action. This post is all about 2019 accomplishments.
Some years my accomplishments are practical. Other years, it’s all about personal growth. This year, it’s a mix of both.
Travel was slightly more manageable in 2019.
This year, I had 37 trips to 50 cities and four countries that spanned 99,312 miles. My stats are just shy of Executive Platinum on American Airlines, which means my status will downgrade a smidge in 2020 unless I write them a check or go on a last-minute mileage run. No thanks.
For all your airline points nerds, I’m a million-miler and Platinum Pro. I’ll be fine. It’s an accomplishment to be home more often and focused on my wellbeing. Not a bad way to end the year.
I finished the first draft of my book.
I’m deep into my first round of edits from my editor who reminds me of Dory from Finding Nemo. She tells me, “Just keep writing.” Read more here…
Credit: Laurie Ruettimann