Jumping On The Bandwagon
I don’t know about you guys but without fail every year on the last week, I recap my year. What I did, what I hope to keep doing and what I hope to do differently or improve on in the upcoming new year. So unlike most who only have one New Years resolution, I tend to have 5-10. I’ll share some of mine, but I’m always looking for ideas to add to my list so I hope you will share yours. First on the list: of course is eating healthy and exercising. Not with the goal of losing weight though, the true purpose with this one is to be healthy. When I eat healthy *ahem-salmon* and exercise I’m like one of those people who are so happy it makes you sick (sorry, not sorry). Second: shave time off my race times. One of my favorite father/daughter activities with my dad are the races we do together. His favorite of course is the Hot Chocolate 5k/15k; because they give you hot chocolate and melted chocolate to dip bananas and pretzels in afterward. Side note- did you know one of the benefits of eating salmon is it helps with joints movement and osteoporosis. Third: learn something new everyday. You know that whole going to bed smarter than you were when you woke up thing; hopefully it will come in handy sometime. Lately I’ve been learning a lot about how the seafood industry works. Which leads me into number four: Getting more organized. If you ask Heather she would tell you I’m pretty organized; but in my opinion there is always room for me to improve on that. Especially in Alaska; now that we are about 6 months away from the start of the 2017 fishing season, wheels are starting to turn and we are starting the prep work for the season. Which is kind of hard to wrap my head around, I mean 4 months ago we closed up shop on the 2016 fishing season and we are preparing for the 2017 season already. So while I chug along on the prep work, I want to take this time and wish everyone a Happy New Year! I hope 2017 will be good to you, and I hope to hear some of your resolutions and goals for the year.