2015: A Calendar Year of Blogging

This is it, my 365th post of 2015.  I didn’t post every day, but I produced one post for each and every day.  Some days I was on vacation, with family, having adventures, sick, tired, working, or any of a hundred other reasons for not posting.  But regardless of the reason, I took the day, got up the next day, and worked extra hard to keep up with it.  This is the first time I have ever completed a New Year’s Resolution, and it was certainly an ambitious one.

Image Credit & Copyright: Babak Tafreshi (TWAN)

Maybe my writing has improved, and maybe it hasn’t, but 2015 was a complete year, a great year of learning, following, exploring, and growing.  I kept up with my love of space science and astronomy in a way that was fun and productive.  I learned how to improve my communication and writing skills, and learn about a community of space bloggers.  I gained such a perspective on the universe, that has been so invaluable to my spirit.

I’ve been into space since I was young, and feeding this passion has been my life’s goal.  Blogging daily has given me the chance to explore this passion in a new way, and to share it with others.  Even if nobody viewed this blog, I would still write it, for myself, for my future. My dream is and always has been to bring the wonders of space and astronomy to as many people as possible, and any way I can do that is a step in the right direction.  Who knows what the next year and beyond will bring.  All I know is that I will keep on writing, keep on communicating, and will never lose my passion for understanding the universe.

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