Review of 2015

Review of 2015

So lets review my 2015, well Coding has been a big part of my life for the last 10 months (tick 1 complete). I became the data scientist at the British Museum and have successfully build a predictive model (having no prior practise experience but did it) and masters rmarkdown and ggplot2ish. I have attended multiple nerd group meet-ups including presenting at Ladies who code about R, Data Science Topics including R, EARL15, social data, data analytics hosted at some interesting places like Twitter and UCL (tick 2 complete). 8 Musicals/Shows seen this year – well that was a nice challenges (tick 3 complete). This year I have seen Malitida, Charlie and Chocolate Factory, Made in Dagenham, Phantom of the Opera, Catz, Lord of the Dance, The Committments, 1984,  NZ ballet at the Opera House and Old Movie Scores at the Royal Albert hall. Join improvised comedy – well in the summer I took my first 8 week improve class which I loved so took another short course up til christmas and am signed up again for another 8 week performance class (tick 4 complete). Learn the Voilin – have researched and signed up to a course in the new year (tick 5ish half complete). Write a will – found out I don’t need to worry woop (tick 6 complete). Thats me done for the year! Sad I didn’t travel this year but have settled into my new job and spent alot more time with friends and family.

  1. CODE HARD- like Die Hard only better! I miss coding and losing myself in numbers and letters. So will be set up and working on R coding projects in Github and try complete packs of universal code (adaish)
  2. Meet up with more like-minded nerds in coding, data and science
  3. Go to more musicals– just because its better than NETFLIX
  4. Join an improvised comedy club
  5. Learn the violin
  6. Write a will

Continue- Tweeting, Reading, Painting, Running, Travelling, Learning and spending time with people I love.

2016 list of dares

  1. Become more assertive – read and complete all activities from 7 habits of highly effective people.
  2. Travel more – having gained back your fear of flying its time to get back on a plane and explore the world.
  3. Focus on work-life balance– London is a crazy for an introvert so balance you quiet with your curiosity for knowledge and new friends. Master the art of balance – work, friends, family, exerices, food, culture, knowledge, data science, creativity,
  4. Continue Improvisation – do your first performance if you dare?Man Secret mission – play the game, find the one that gets you, that gets what it is to have you and never wants to let you go.

Continue- Tweeting, Reading, Painting, Running, Travelling, Learning and spending time with people I love.

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