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Review of my 2018, plans for 2019

In this post I’ll share the review of my 2018, the things which I’ve learnt, the things which I’ve struggled with and the plans for 2019.

Achivements list 2018

  • I’ve built my relationship with my girlfriend to make it even stronger
  • I’ve inspired a friend to lose weight and eat more healthy food
  • I’ve ispired people to be more mindful and shared another point of view
  • I’ve created my vision and every day I get closer to it
  • I got a life coach and learned countless things from him
  • I’ve started working 80% instead of 100% (meaning I don’t work on Mondays) in February
  • I’ve written and published my first book
  • I’ve restarted my blog and blog consistently (32+ posts, 14 pages, 15+ newsletters, countless social media posts)
  • I meditate every day since 12th of May
  • I’m a vegetarian and doing intermittent fasting since 5th of December
  • I’ve spent hundreds of hours learning: reading books, listening to podcasts, audiobooks, watching videos and courses, attending meetups
  • I’ve collected way too many ideas to implement, now they are in incubator status and developing further
  • I’ve spent more time with my family
  • I’ve learnt many things from many people

Look back on 2018, look forward to 2019

I hope you survived the Christmas, spent meaningful time with your family and had delicious food.

Originally I wanted to share my achievements for 2018 and plans for 2019, however the planning is still in progress, so I’ll do that in a later post.

It’s the perfect time of the year to review the past year and plan for this one. I’ll recommend two tools to help you with this below. I’ve used them both (unravel your year this time) and they are great tools.

Before the recommendations let me share my list of questions to help you evaluate your current situation. These questions are inspired by the getting things done horizons by David Allen and many others.

Horizon 5: Purpose and principles

What is your purpose? Who are you, really? Are you connected to your soul? Do you feel good in your body? Do you feel integrated? Are you dependent, independent or interdependent? Are you fulfilling your purpose and reaching your dreams? Are you spending enough time on the important things?

The smart way to go shopping


Did you ever bought a piece of clothing never to wear it, or maximum once or twice? We are often excited about a piece in the shop however when we check it a few days later it’s actually not so exciting anymore, or maybe it was even a bad decision to buy it. There is a smarter way to go about clothes shopping.


The way I shop for clothes, or generally, anything is that I have a list of things which I would like to buy. I keep this clothes shopping list in Evernote, so I can always check the list from my phone. Whenever I have the chance to buy some clothes, I’ll simply check the list and ask directly for the items which I would like to buy. This way I will not buy anything that I don’t need. If I see any additional item which I consider buying I will think it through first and then decide or add it to the list to check. Shopping takes less time as I’m looking for specific things, trying them on or moving to the next shop if they don’t have the ones I’m looking for.

Writing my first book

The reason why I post less content is that I'm writing a book. To be honest, this is not the first book I'm writing, however, this will be the first one to be finished and published. The planned release date is on 15th of October 2018. The book I'm writing covers similar topics as I explore in this blog. It is sometimes though...