Farewell 2017, hello 2018

I felt like 2017 was a significant year for me. It was my first full year in the office (with the business outside of home). I started FatAdventurers! and worked on Black Coffee with Thomas from Townsville. I joined Brisbane Deadly Runners and competed in my very first FunRun – something that I’d flagged well before I ever knew Deadly Runners existed.

I felt more self-assured in my role as President of the SEQICC, and took on the role of contract manager for a state government contract. My focus in the first few months of 2018 is preparing to hand-over the President’s role to bring in some fresh faces.

Work has been interesting and exciting with me delivering more training than ever thanks to Emma Kerslake from Yolla Consulting. The Creating Tracks project has had me delivering training in Cairns, Townsville, Palm Island, Brisbane, Gold Coast and Stradbroke Island, and will keep us busy well into the start of this year.

I still have so much more to do. I’m going to experiment with the Bullet Journal technique this year to help manage long-term goals as well as day-to-day activities.

My fitness goals are gradually coming along – who knew!?!?! I’ll be doing my Level 1 Running Coach training in the early part of 2018 and will be coaching my first Beginner’s Program by mid-January.

I hope to resurrect some of my blogging activities this year – especially Deadly Bloggers – as important as ever I think.

Here’s to the year ahead.

Cheers, Leesa

 

 

2 thoughts on “Farewell 2017, hello 2018”

  1. Leesa, you’re a legend. I admire your focus and drive, your big heart and your sharp brain. It has been a real privilege to be a spectator, sometimes a colleague, in the story you are creating for yourself, your family and your mob. Looking forward to the next instalments!

    1. Thank you so much for your words Michael. You and Ludmila are incredible role-models. If I can be a fraction as awesome as you guys, I will have succeeded in life. *heart emoji*

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