“Progress is not accomplished in one stage.”
– Victor Hugo
[In my current challenge I scored 17 points yesterday.]
This site will turn one in a few weeks. To celebrate, I’ve decided to recap everything that happened over the course of 2013.
I started the blog with zero idea as to how I should structure it. I think I wrote three or four posts during this time and they were all pretty awful. Sixty eight people viewed the site during this time. Roughly forty of those views came from me.
I officially launched the site. During this time I did my first challenge, going to the gym and eating healthy. I also got laid off from work and had a lot of free time to invest into my post. A handful of people read the content and I even made one dollar off Amazon Affiliates. I was proud.
Unsure what I wanted to do with my life, I decided to learn computer programing. I actually did pretty well at it and wrote code for seventy-some consecutive days.
If I have some down time, I’ll probably even get back into coding.
After sleeping with a random girl at a party I decided I was Mr. Big Player. I spent the month approaching 100 girls. Unsurprisingly, I also went broke during this time. Also I wrote a short eBook during spring break.
With thirteen dollars in my savings account, I decided that I needed money. I spent the month doing a bunch of random jobs and selling stuff on Amazon. I think I made almost five hundred dollars during this time.
With school out I got a job and decided to relax a bit. I took a bunch of pictures during this time and also worked on my golf skills. This was also, in my opinion, the least interesting month of my whole year.
I bulked up on the Super Squats program. I ate big, and ended up cracking one hundred and eighty pounds. It was hard work, but I enjoyed it.
After eight weeks of holding a job I was ready to quit. During this time I worked on various web businesses. While I didn’t do too badly, I got distracted with partying and never reached my full potential.
I got sick of partying and was faced with a lot of personal problems. Deciding to re-examine my life, I sulked around for a month. I eventually got on the right track, but didn’t fully resolve all my personal issues.
I revealed that I was planning to take a semester off of college to try and make money off the Internet. It was scary and everyone thought I was an idiot, but things turned out alright. During this time I also managed to finally solve all the problems that had been weighing me down.
During October I tried to conserve time while working on my web ventures. My time problem actually solved itself within the first two days. I spent the rest of the month going on vacation and making money with Fiverr.
For November I decided to learn mental math. I also quit my job and helped several people start their own Fiverr businesses. This was by far my favorite month out of the entire year.
Right now I’m in a points war against some other bloggers. It’s been going pretty well and I’m having a lot of fun. I’m also reading some good books and working on an affiliate website. There are worse ways to spend the winter.
Anyway, that’s what my year was like. If you’d like to share any progress that you’ve made over the past twelve months feel free to leave a comment below. I respond to everyone who writes in.