Looking back at the first six months of 2012 makes me feel like I need to file for temporal bankruptcy. At the beginning of the year, I set some goals for things I wanted to get done. Along the way, I added a few more. And a few more. And a few more. I think we all know what the outcome of that process usually looks like.
Fortunately, my office is closed this week, which means that I suddenly find myself with some time to take stock of my situation, make some decisions about priorities, and figure out what I want to try for the rest of the year that might be a bit more realistic.