I tanked 'em. I am not even going to list them out because a)I really didn't hit any of them other than my perennial travel goals and b) I stopped caring about them many, many months ago. In fact, I had to go back and read what they were to even remember them. Not a good indicator for success.
You know what though? I am totally OK with it. After the wedding I just kind of stepped off the merry-go-round for awhile. For the first time in over four years I didn't have some Major Thing going on in my life that either absorbed stupid amounts of time or involved a lot of psychological work. No work/school combo, no adapting to being in a relationship, no dealing with a dying father, no wedding, no dealing with the aftermath of a death and family implosion, no major emotional work to be done to wrap my head around the ideas of wife, marriage, grief or loss. Nothing but just enjoying life and not pushing myself in any way. It was kind of nice.
However, I have enjoyed my break and am ready to start challenging myself a little bit. I have some things I want to accomplish and feel ready to get back in the game. I'll cement what I am trying to work for the next year in the next few days and then post goals that I fully intend on achieving in 2012.