Another New Year
It’s funny - it’s rather arbitrary that we all seem to use the start of a new year as a reason to make resolutions with the intent of “fixing” our life. Yet, it does seem to make sense, in a way.
My life is certainly very different at the start of 2005, than it was at the beginning of 2004. Less free time, getting up before the sun on a daily basis, a steady paycheck…
Enjoying isn’t quite the right word, but I am glad to be back in medicine. So, in that sense, I have made some big changes in my life over the last couple of years - for the better.
But there is always more to change, no? So I hope to figure out a few ways to encourage myself to make those changes. Things like: exercise more, read more non-fiction, cut back a little on the fiction (but not too much), waste less time surfing the net pointlessly, spend more time discovering hidden net “treasures”, clean out more of the clutter in my apartment, etc. Generally speaking, I continue to want to streamline my life.
We’ll see what happens.