This time in 2012, I had juuuuuust finished law school, was living with three friends in a not-so-great house, was about to go on a semi-around-the-world tour, still kinda socially awkward and a bit insecure, was extremely lazy and had just met 1 person from PC.
This time in 2013, I have a great - and well-paying - job, live in a very nice house with a good friend, have made lots of new friends at work and online, had explored one new continent and about to explore another, much more confident as a person, still kinda lazy but less than I was before, and have now met 12 people from PC!
I don't have any specific goals for this time in 2014, but the one thing I'm working on is getting a bit healthier. I've started exercising more and I'm making small, gradual changes to my diet so that I don't die of a heart attack by the time I'm 40. I don't expect to have a completely different body figure this time next year, but I hope that I will be a bit healthier as a result. :D
At this time last year, I was in a reforming stage of my life. To start, I had an extremely bad habit of procrastinating (and it was my junior year of high school) and that had cost me greatly. I began to procrastinate less and I was better motivated. I was also still a tad shy and didn't have as many friends that I do now.
Today, I am a tad different. I still see myself as a procrastinator, but not as one that keeps failing to do school assignments. I am also a very social person to hang around, just as long as one doesn't get on my nerves (act annoying) or act all upfront around me. I am also in my last ever semester of grade school (high school senior) and I'm a legal adult now.