With Christmas, my nephew's birthday and now New Year's in the rear view mirror, I can look towards getting some stuff done before I head back to work in a couple weeks.
As for my blogging, it'll be status quo for the most part. I've enjoyed what I've been doing - so why change it.
This year I will be introducing a new monthly feature. Mostly it is to help me get back into the reading swing. I was really pleased with how my '30 in 30' sports documentary venture went that I'm going to do somewhat of the same thing for books.
'12 in 12' will be a monthly reading goal. One sports biography or non-fiction book per month. I'll announce the book at the start of the month and do a quick write-up at the end. I've got a few on the list so I'm hoping that posting here will keep me motivated to stay on track throughout the year.
First up is a book that I've been borrowing from a co-worker for far too long. It's time to get it read.
Every time I listen to Tony Dungy on Football Night In America I find myself engaged in what he has to say. He's such a smart football mind and has the credentials to back it up. He's so soft spoken and seems like just a super-nice guy. Demanding, but with a plan. I will root for those type of people every day of the week.
This book was a recommendation from a co-worker who said I would enjoy it. It shouldn't be a tough read. I've got the paperback version and is 317 pages.
And with that, my year-long quest has begun.
For those who feel like it, find a copy and finish it by the end of the January. You can get a better idea of my ramblings.
To good reading!