Living with mental illnesses like anxiety and depression are strange, because everyone once in a while you get a day where it just turns out to be really good. Where nothing extraordinary happens, but where it is just a really good day. I think those of us who have experienced the dark storm clouds we learn how to savour the rainbows, and one of the best ends to this day was a post by Jenny Lawson, about this year being the library.
Last year was an introspective year for me and it was a year where I would not share a lot of the book that I wrote, it was a private and somewhat insignificant thing, and yet, this year I suspect will be so much more than that for me. Riaan and I are in the process of starting a new company which will hopefully be registered within the next couple of weeks (hopefully, the people at the companies office are well rested and attack all of the paperwork from the end of last year with vim and vigour).
I am not a fan of new years resolutions, especially since they encourage us to wish for the future instead of acting in the present, but I must say that I look forward to spending time in the library. For me, the library is associated with greatness and achievement.
Love and the library,