Personally, I'm sure I've achieved much--including dealing with every day life. I did my first Walk MS event earlier this year, continue with weekly physical therapy, and keep my hands busy (idle hands are the devil's playground...or so I've been told) with acrylic canvas painting. The year seemed to fly past me...and I know the older I become, the less time it takes 365 days to pass!
Do you have a New Year's Eve tradition? When I was younger, and lived in Portland, Oregon, the tradition there seemed to be everyone going outside at midnight banging on pots and pans. After I married, we had champagne as we watched the ball drop in Times Square. The older I get, the more it is just another day--no parties, no get togethers, no special events--maybe a special treat or two, but nothing elaborate.
This year I am making won tons, something I've not done in a very long while, and maybe wine spritzers. And no big meal on January 1st. For me it is the beginning of 365 new chances to be better, be kinder, affect the lives of those on my path in a more positive way. And to be even healthier as the year begins and continues.
However you celebrate, I wish you a beautiful year ahead filled with success, happiness, kindness, and everything you put out to the universe.