So, 2016 started out with me being sick, but I could still make progress on my goals.
Then we got a week in to 2016, and that all went out the window.
I'd forgotten how much pneumonia takes out of you--the whole if I try to get dressed/put on make up/make a meal, I spend the next day wiped out and paying for it. I am feeling better, in that there's much less pain, I can breathe regularly, my heart rate is better, and I can take deep breaths! I'm sure my PFTs will be better on Monday. But as far as "normal activities", not a lot is happening yet, beyond the basic basics.
That's OK--it just makes my goal tending Powersheets page look a little forlorn, these days. :)
I go back to clinic on Monday for a follow-up, and assuming we don't see anything terrible, I will slowly start increasing things. But that, I don't just mean activity, I mean daily things, like writing/editing/reading--things that don't sound terribly strenuous, but can be when you're dealing with a limited supply of energy.
One thing that has progressed, so far, is my art--I'm really glad to have decent brushes now, and to be playing with color and form. I will finish my Sketchbook Skool class by the end of the month, and that was one of my goals for this month, along with editing Tempest (and I did that, too--at least a first pass edit.) So this month wasn't a complete waste, goal-wise.
And this might sound odd, but--the nurses I had in the hospital were pretty great. I don't mind spending time with good nurses. :)
So I'm going to ease back into goals next week, and start February with renewed vigor--and hopefully a rescheduled California trip!