I completed my 32-mile Thames Bridges bike ride for the Stroke Association yesterday. Many thanks to all those who helped me reach my £300 sponsorship target (although if you would like to contribute byeond that, feel free!). Despite the light-to-medium rain it was a pleasant three hours criss-crossing the Thames. The final, extra 6 miles of busy roads that I chose to cycle to a railway station were through torrential rain and rather unpleasant, but relieved by a cup of sweet tea at the end.
During the ride I had a chance to think about my recent goals tag from award-winning blogger Ev Nucci, whose Resource Economics blog is well worth reading. Ev lists some 10 goals in detail. I’m going to keep high level. My four goals (in no particular order) are:
- Do the right thing
- Make a difference
- Keep learning
Whittling my goals down to these on my bike journey, they seemed full of insight. In black and white on Monday morning they look rather more like something from Despair. Still, each one carries meaning for me.
So, who to tag? This time, it’s simple: I am going to tag people I have never met, but whose blogging I have enjoyed. The advantage of choosing people I don’t really know is that I hope they will feel happy not to respond if they would rather not.
My tag list then is:
I look forward to learning more about their goals.