And serving on my neighborhood Board, including writing the newsletter and helping organize the neighborhood Halloween Spooktacular, Litter Blitz and Summer Social.
And joining the Board of Sustainable OKC.
And of course, raising a four-year old and running a small business.
I wouldn't call myself burnt out - but my feet might be smoking, just a little.
So I didn't get too much done on my personal list of goals, and I even neglected some things that are important to me. Dear readers, I realize this blog was one of the casualties. I have noticed that my posting has dropped off... a cliff. One of my resolutions this year - well, goals, really - is to rediscover the joy of writing.
In light of last year's mild problem with over-commitment, I am stepping down as co-chair of Transition OKC at our retreat later this month. After three years, I need to pass the torch so that some fresh faces can take over leadership. Although I will still stay involved, I am going to put on my oxygen mask by spending more time with my family and my garden and paying more attention to my health and my writing.
I hope those of you who are still with me will enjoy some more frequent posting. See you soon!