When September 2013 rolls around and you receive your answers to your 10Q questions, how do you think you'll feel? What do you think/hope might be different about your life and where you're at as a result of thinking about and answering these questions?
Having a kid is going to change me completely. It will be interesting to see how different I will be.
I hope that my mental health continues to be good. If it isn't as good as it has been most recently, I hope I remember that I can cope, that I can live through it until the wave subsides again. What do I hope will be different? I hope that I do improve my relationship with my husband, which I think will carry over into other parts of my life.
Hopefully, I won't be disappointed in my lack of follow-through. And if I am, I hope I have compassion for myself, and have discovered the mysterious element that will allow me to light a spark under myself for the following year.
I think I will have made progress in my life, whether personal, professional, or both. I know that a lot will change, and some things will still be the same. I'll probably be annoyed at how surface level I've answered some of these questions. I will be surprised, because I'll most likely have forgotten about this whole project. I don't know where I'll be, but it will be fun to see where I had been.
I think I'll be proud that I've done what I set out to do, I'm sure there will be some serious laughter at myself, and I'm sure I'll be pondering a whole new set of challenges.
Hope I will be in a somewhat better place by then and at least some of the things I've wished and worked for have actually happened.
I love to reminisce and deconstruct the past. I will be happy to analyze my life over the past year. I hope I will be more aware of what I want in life and how to get where I want.
I hope I will have taken some bold and risky steps, in whatever shape they could've taken.
Not sure. I answered these questions in two days. Hopefully next year I'll get the whole 10 days to complete them.
I think I will be proud of myself for making tough decisions and for being brave and choosing something better even if I don't know what is ahead of me.