I went back and looked at my 2014 post and well, let's just say I'm glad I didn't call them resolutions. I met a few of them - some amount of tech improvements, the financial planning stuff is not so bad, but nothing great. I also managed to read 25+ books last year - minor yay. Not a lot of blog posts or heroku apps- I blame the 2 India trips I had to make.

A bonus that happened last year was all the time I got to spend with family and friends. The boy grows bigger every day and it is the greatest thing I have. I was lucky enough to spend a lot of time with friends and got to meet so many people again that I can't stop smiling at the memories.

I'm also being dismissive and calling it "tech improvements", but this is the first year that I truly feel I've gotten out of my tendency to fall prey to the impostor syndrome at every workplace. It's a tough place to be in at times, but I've grown and I love what I do.

So what's in store for this year? Again, no resolutions and easy moving goal posts. The one thing I really want to keep plugging on is the github and heroku goals. I don't want to keep building apps that only I can see and work with. That's finite and completely unworthy. I have some ideas brewing and hopefully will make more time this year.

Another thing I do want to do is more book reviews. They tend to spiral into #longreads and I can ramble a bit. But, I read a lot and it makes sense that I spend some time internalizing what I have read. Intriguing notion that - reviewing the lessons learnt from a book. I'm sure y'all agree.

Seeya on the other side of this year.


  1. Book reviews to get back to blogging. I like it.

    Seems like that would eventually lead to a book :)

    (Pls to delete above "severeanomaly" comment)