Review and Resolve

As we close 2015, I have to say it’s been a crazy awesome year. But the challenges and heartaches have been worth it. I’ve learned a lot about not only myself but my profession and of those I love. So for my last post of 2015 I’m going to Review and Resolve 🙂 #MultaskingMaster.

2015: Top 10 Review:

10-Got to work with some fantastic Kappa Sigma undergraduate Brothers

9-Worked with the Silence Shoot

8-Helped some friends launch their blogs

7-Had the honor of being included in the “Men of SA” SAC book

6-Formed the Kappa Sigma Michigan Alumni Chapter

5-Survived my first year at Michigan State University

4-Was invited to my first AND second podcast conversations

3-Celebrated my 3rd Anniversary with Michael

2-Presented at my first regional and national conferences

1-Helped my great students really embrace their development

2016: 10 Resolutions:

10-See more of my friends

9-Present at another 2 conferences

8-Really embrace my YouTube Channel

7-Visit family more often

6-Balance and manage my calendar better

5-Support others in blogging more consistently

4-Continue helping my students embrace their development

3-Relax and live in the moment more often

2-Exercise and live actively

1-Become financially more stable

Thanks to everyone in my life and who has followed my blog and other social media platforms this year! You’re awesome and it’s such an honor teaching and learning from each other whether professionally or personally.

Love to each of you and I appreciate what each of you bring to my life be it love, purpose, sarcasm, a listening ear or whatever else!

Until next year!

Peace, Love and Pandas!

Published by Brian

I am currently the Assistant Director of Student Life for Registered Student Organizations and Late-Night Programming at Michigan State University. After earning my B.A. from the University of Michigan-Flint, I entered the Student Affairs profession. After a few years in the field, I returned to school and earned my M.A. in Educational Leadership-Higher Education Student Affairs from Eastern Michigan University. In my spare time I blog about my thoughts and musings on current issues in higher education, student affairs, digital worlds, identity development and general life inspirations and observations. I also volunteer a lot for my fraternity and multiple regional and national professional associations.

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