Achieve (#reverb10)

At this point, #reverb10 is starting to feel very repetitive. Nonetheless, I intend to finish as there are only a few days left. So, here is a list of the things I would like to achieve in 2011 (you didn’t really think I’d stick to just one, did you?):

  • Finish (i.e., stop avoiding) revising book manuscript, complete the index and submit final formatted version
  • Complete and submit article on using social media for Women’s Centers and Women’s & Gender Studies Programs for a volume on Feminist Cyberspaces
  • Read Ulysses
  • Continue the momentum of #reverb10 by blogging regularly (2-3 times per week as opposed to daily, however)
  • Refine Women’s Center’s social media plan to continue to increase our virtual reach
  • Put together social media plan for NWSA WCC
  • Take a vacation as fabulous as last year’s

In regard to the second half of the prompt, I’m going to cheat again and skip the list — but I will say that the two feelings I want to achieve with just about everything I do is to make a difference (whether that’s to an individual student or by changing the world) and have fun. Working on the small parts that make up those larger goals is how I get to those feelings.

Note: This is my response to the #reverb10 prompts for December 28. #reverb10 is  an annual event and online initiative to reflect on your year and manifest what’s next. Each day has a prompt. The December 28 prompt is: “Achieve. What’s the thing you most want to achieve next year? How do you imagine you’ll feel when you get it? Free? Happy? Complete? Blissful? Write that feeling down. Then, brainstorm 10 things you can do, or 10 new thoughts you can think, in order to experience that feeling today.”

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