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Well, I’ve looked back at 2012… Here’s what’s I’m aiming for 2013.
- Get back on a healthy track.
- Going back on 4HB.
- Skydiving is fucking nice! ‘nuff said.
- Mental work, need to be less bitchy, more aware and find inner peace.
- Drink more tea.
- Find the best in what I do and keep a hold on it.
- Do some exercise. I’m looking at you Kettlebell.
That’s it! Lots of fun. I can do it, I know it.
I won’t be buying any computers or cellphones in 2013. All my hardware is up to date. I may buy some small gadgets, but I’ll do my best to limit my spending.
- Cellphone, I have 2, an iPhone 5 and a Nexus 4.
- Laptop, I also have 2, a MBPr and a MBA.
- iPad, I also have 2 of those, a mini and a 3 with LTE.
I don’t need anything else.
Like every years, I write a post about the passing year.
This post always comes to mind in between Christmas and New Year. It’s the time of the year where I kind of wind down, sit back, pity myself, get depress about events and look back on my life, my work and my state of mind. Sometime, I think about my health and how I suck.
I also read what I’ve said at the same time last year. And boy did I suck big time this year. I haven’t done anything that I was looking to do in 2012. I tried some and failed.
What can I say about 2012…
- Skydiving! I’ve jumped out of a plane almost 75 times. I would have made it to my goal, but had surgery #1, apendicitis.
- Trip to France, skydived one time on the trip.
- Worked the full year as an independent contractor. Good times, bad times, good jobs, less ideal jobs.
- Worked on my health, haven’t reached any goals, lost some weight, got it all back plus some.
- Bought my personal parachute.
- Had surgery #2, had some liver stones, gallbladder removed. (this takes care of all the digestive problem that I had)
Looking back on goals, I now know how hard it is… But I now have some kind of blue print and I kind of know what to expect.
Lets do this again.
I’ve been meaning for some time to post an update regarding the apps that I use. I’ve been using for some time webapps if I did find any that where better or more practical than desktop apps.
I don’t really use a computer every day anymore. With the venue of the iPad, I do like 90% of all my computing on this device. I find it more natural and less prone to problems than using a laptop or desktop.
Here are the apps that I use on the web. They differ from my last post, but some stuck and others went. I must say that I tend to simplify my computing.
- Google apps (gmail, gtalk, gdoc, calendar, reader)
- Dropbox (10gigs)
- rdio (I don’t buy music anymore)
- Flickr (used to show photos to friends)
- Evernote (scratch pad for anything)
- Pinboard.in (replaced del.icio.us)
The last thing I need to find out, is a nice backup service where I can send my pictures and must keep files. There are a lot of option, but none that is exactly what I need. If I could buy a 1tb Dropbox for keeping stuff, that would be awesome.
Well the list isn’t as long as I predicted. I tought that I used way more app than this. This has to be good in some way. The key word for 2013 is “Simplify”.