Happy 2015 and all…

It’s going to be a big year. I can feel it, I know it… and perhaps more importantly, I am going to work for it.

I haven’t written anything here and on other places I had promised to write mainly because over Christmas I was in the village, and there the internet is as elusive as Santa Claus.

While I generally don’t believe in New Year’s resolutions and all, I have plans for this year.

The first of these involves an issue that has been neglected for over a year now- personal fitness. So I decided to get fit again. I thought it would be good to add aerobic exercises to my preferred bodyweight workout routines which means in addition to working out again, I am going to start running. Three times a week. Every week.

I’ll be following a program called Couch to 5K, with takes couch potatoes (like me) from the couch to running 5000 m in about 8 weeks. The program has a really cool app, a great website and an encouraging Reddit community. I’ll try to follow it and see how it goes. That’s number one.

Number two is my favourite: Books. This year’s big challenge will be to read a book every week. At least one book. I know I have said this before but this time I’m serious. I promise to review the books here.

Oh and I got a Kindle too
Oh and I got a Kindle too

Hopefully I’ll read more than 60 books this year.

Number three is blogging. I like writing and hopefully I’ll be doing a lot of it this year. I have two blogs and a couple of other websites I manage. I’m going to increase my output and post some articles I wrote ages ago but never published. And something big is coming. You’ll see.

Fourthly: Random stuff. This includes more and hopefully better coding, more Engineering…make a few more friends, have more fun, write a book and so on and so on.

May 2015 be your year friends.

Ah..by the way, do you believe in New Year’s resolutions? Have any?

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Tawanda Moyo

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Villager, Itinerant, Engineer, Reader

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