Time for another set of 5 posts by some great bloggers who’ve answered the question, “What did I learn this year?”
Thanks to these 5 submissions, $25 will be going to charity. We’re at $250 so far! Thank you to everyone who has participated!
And there’s still time. The last day I’ll accept submissions is December 24th, so feel free to write a post on your blog about what you learned in 2006 and let me know. It’s important that you email me because I might not see the trackback (and some blogs don’t send trackbacks.) I’ve found a few posts by doing some digging around on my own…
OK, enough of that — check out these posts:
- Chris Cree submits his life lessons from 2006, which include, “I learned that doing the right thing for the wrong reason isn’t a good idea.”
- TopLawStudent tells us about what he’s learned at law school. Law school isn’t in my future but anyone that’s in it or planning to get into law should probably read this blog.
- Anastasia Pryanikova has some lessons from the crib. Anastasia lists some great lessons that she’s learning from her young daughter.
- Dr. Ellen Weber presents 10 Keys I Learned in 2006 that Change What I’ll Do in 2007. Dr. Weber’s all about the brain, and since we all have one (right?) her lessons are quite interesting. My personal favorite (which harks me back to my university days), “Lectures work against the brain.”
- Robyn McMaster (Dr. Weber’s colleague!) brings us lessons learned from nature. Robyn’s observations are fun and lighthearted, and we can all use a little fun in our lives.