When September 2019 rolls around and you receive your answers to your 10Q questions, how do you think you'll feel? What do you think/hope might be different about your life and where you're at as a result of thinking about and answering these questions?

I will feel so grateful for all the opportunities I've had to challenge myself and grow into a better version of myself. I hope that my life is full of love and abundance, with family and friends around me who support me as I support them.

This question is always one of the most fun to answer - New York has to be filed under the "somewhere I can't even imagine" for places I'd be at this point in the turn to 5779. As with the past few years, I think when September 2019 rolls around, I'll be excited and grateful as ever for this easy, reflective, and refreshing activity. I hope that I'll feel more "at home" in my life: at home in my job, at home in New York (wherever I live after Stuytown!), and at home in the social life that exists around here. I hope that I'll have taken action on at least some of the goals described in my answers to these questions. That means working to be selfless and committed in the workplace; supportive and patient as a partner, friend, and ally; confident and active socially; and, hopefully, feeling fresh and energized physically and emotionally thanks to effective and honest self-care. And even though each year is different from the last, I think my words from September 2017 can still apply: I want to be in a place where I am mentally, physically, and emotionally prepared to meet the future face-forward, with confidence and enthusiasm. I think I'm capable of that.

I will be anticipating them. I hope I don't disappoint myself, but I also hope I don't overlook my accomplishments from the year because I didn't get everything just as written here. I want to look back and be proud of myself. I am glad to have taken the time to answer these questions because it means I am reflecting and evolving, which is a tremendous thing to do nowadays.