For the last two years, I’ve done a Year in Review by numbers, but this year, I find that approach too sterile. So in lieu of that, here’s a month-by-month recount of my 2010 in pictures:
January – My niece, Maren Myung Ja Wall, was actually born on the last day of 2009, but the first month of 2010 was defined by witnessing a new member of my family into the world. She’s grown so much since this fragile start to her life:
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It’s no secret–I am a fan of the quantitative. Similar to what I did last year, I’ve compiled the past year’s achievements and memorable occasions and now present them in numerical form.
This year was not without hardships and difficulties, but I can say that overall, it was a pretty good year. In 2009, I’ve learned, unlearned, loved, lost, laughed, cried, celebrated, mourned, and done everything else in between. I anticipate all of that–and then some–in 2010.
What a year. Below are some things I’ve accomplished, help make possible, or experienced in 2008, by the numbers.
66,882,230 Votes for Barack Obama for President
254,000+ Visitors to OverthinkingIt.com
17,000+ Job placements by NYC’s Workforce1 Career Centers
30 Articles written for OverthinkingIt.com, including 1 which was featured on the Freakanomics Blog
16 Days spent in South Korea, during which I got 1 monkey off of my back
2 Student internships at Asian American nonprofits
1 Move to a new apartment
1 Lee-Soffin Acoustic Rock Duo Concert
Too many things I’m looking forward to–and worried about–in 2009 to count.