Approaching 2014, I thought I'd play it safe with one New Year's resolution. Just one. A website. A whole year. How could I fail?
Easy. I was missing at least one verb. A noun on its own wasn’t going to materialize. A website was the goal. To get there, I would have to design a website. I would have to hire someone to build a website. I would have to think about a website. These are all action verbs, so it never happened.
Approaching 2015, I had a resolution ready to go. Buoyed by this level of preparedness, I felt it could actually happen this time round. So I started testing action. I put it out there. I crowdsourced opinions on site builders. I said it out loud. I roped a child into looking at options. And I did it.
Today I built a website.