A lot has changed in the past month. 2012 was a hard year where I reached my limit of many things and figured out what I could and couldn’t deal with. More importantly, what I wanted to deal with. I learned who my friends were and what work, important or otherwise, it was time to pass along to others.
As of December 1st, I am no longer GeekGirlCon’s president. There are long, complex reasons for this; some which involve things that make me frown and others that involve letting the baby bird fly on its own. I’m still involved in the organization as Director of Marketing. And I think the current reoganization and new leadership will bring a breath of fresh air.
That said, as I turned 29 this year, I realized that most of my life goals had been accomplished to one end or another. I’ve:
- Been published in a book (twice, Chicks Dig Comics and Chicks Unravel Time).
- Made a large, activist impact on the world to better it for women and other marginalized groups (GeekGirlCon).
- Helped get a business off the ground and successfully ran it (GeekGirlCon).
- Lived on my own in Seattle and am able to comfortably support myself.
- Work at SEOmoz.
- Love my paying job (SEOmoz).
Those are pretty big things. Maybe some of them I’ll do again, but they’ll probably have a different twist on them and take a different form. Continue reading “Life Goals 2.9”