IWSG: November 2017

As you look back on 2017, with all its successes and failures, if you could backtrack, what would you do differently?

Guess who spaced the IWSG post last month? *Stabs self through the heart with her thumb*
This gal!

Holy moley! It’s the end of the year already, I’m in frantic mode, and definitely doing my best impression of headless poultry. But I also feel on top of it. My lists are seeing me through, and my goals are wrapping up.

To answer the question in short, I wouldn’t do anything differently.

That’s not to say that there weren’t things I shouldn’t have done differently, but I’m a firm believer in accepting the past for what it was, and moving on and making new plans to do better the next go around.

2017 has been all about getting back on my writing feet after medical issues that dropped my productivity by almost 60%. It’s been a good reminder that bad times are usually temporary and that working through things with the right tools (yay medication) can lead to results--no matter how small.

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  1. I'm glad you're feeling better and that despite the medical issues you got things done that you wanted to get done! Here's to 2018!

  2. Sounds like you're back on track. Hope 2018 is kind to you!

  3. You're right that bad times are usually temporary, even if they seem to last forever.


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