Yesterday, I went to the chapel in the university I graduated from as part of my annual reflection and thanksgiving for the year. Nothing fancy. I just wanted to get away from all the technology and all the people. I really love walking around the campus when there are very few people. I love the fresh air and I also love how it reminds me of my early days in the university – how excited, how alive, and how big of a dreamer I was. Being in the campus really help me look back on my life and look ahead to a brighter future.
To wrap up this year, I want to say thank you for the wonderful year. This has been a breakthrough year for me as I went back to basics and laid down the foundations for my life for the years to come. And you have been a big part of this breakthrough year by being a part of the blog – whether as a subscriber, a regular reader, or even a first-time visitor. This wouldn't have been possible without you.
One of the things I realized yesterday was that I spent most of my time writing this year. That's why this blog was a huge part of my year. In the years to come, it will surely become a big part of my life.
From the bottom of my heart, thank you.
Also, I want to share with you what you can expect from the blog next year. Aside from what I already shared in my annual planning, I'll be focusing more on telling stories and sharing practical lessons I will learn along the way. I'll also be more personal. I really hope you'll find them useful and valuable in living the life you want and making a difference in the lives of others.
Lastly, I want to say that the best is yet to come: in this blog and in your life. Keep believing and keep acting on your dreams. Keep moving forward.
Happy new year!