2013 reflections

I can be really bad at stopping to reflect on my accomplishments, but so much has happened this year that I feel really great about. Here are some things from the past year of which I’m most proud (in no particular order):

  • I redesigned my site, which we all know is a taxing process.
  • I have a lot more confidence in my development skills. My skillset is no longer skewed heavily toward Photoshop and mockups and is much more well-rounded.
  • I went to great conferences and met some really amazing people (as someone who is painfully introverted, this is a huge accomplishment).
  • I have a personal project that doesn’t involve a computer.
  • I sold something that I made.
  • I taught an online class with hundreds of students.
  • I saved more money than I ever have before.
  • I exercised (mostly) regularly.

I already have some pretty big plans for the coming year. 2014 is going to be huge.

Posted 2013-12-31 19:09:00 +0000

Jessica Harllee is a product designer at Etsy in Brooklyn, an avid crafter, and an amateur writer.

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