Happy New Year!
I glanced back at the resolutions I published last year and, typical, I didn't do so well. One of them I take up again--to finish plowing through Josephus.
I want to make some different kinds of goals this year. First, not to get so freakishly behind as I have been these last six months. I've been unbelievably late on everything and unable to catch up on anything. In the next week I will at long last finish off several albatrosses around my neck and around those who have waited on me.
So going forward:
1. I'm getting old. I shouldn't plan to write more than 6 pages a week of anything, tops. That means not taking on any more writing assignments till I've finished my current plate and then only moving forward slowly. By the end of the year, I would like to have finished another scholarly book, or be close. Thus far I really only have one book that falls in that category, Cosmology and Eschatology in Hebrews.
2. I should read at least 30 pages a week of something a bit more scholarly.
That's about all I'm sharing. Anyone else have resolutions?