2022 is over and what have you done?
Plenty! 2022 was an excellent year to finish up a few things and start new ones.
I finished all my braces, retainers, and follow up appointments.
I solved some GI issues, and while not 100% better, at least I know what to do to get back on track and can do so in short order.
The broken IVC filter was removed so I no longer need to worry about wondering what certain stabbing pains be from that (it'll just be kidney stones mostly).
I've gotten far enough in PT that I'm not waking up in pain due to my shoulders.
I completed a specialization course in Coursera regarding the use of Tableau.
I was awarded a promotion to full Database Administrator, effective 1/1/2023.
I continued to hike, successfully hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park, where my biggest hike was 8.5 miles and 1,500 foot elevation gain! I really enjoyed it, though the most draining I've also felt.
I wasn't effective on my monthly goals that I had written out on the blog. Perhaps I should just abandon monthly goals and try something different. Either much smaller goals, or much longer goals in which a month might be too short and focus on incremental gains. I still have entirely too many hobbies that I want to focus on, which makes me not focus well on any of them.
Maybe I just want to focus on consistency of anything instead of something.
I think I'll start by putting FL Studio on my music composition computer.