Love the idea of this thread, this year on New Year's eve I wrote a letter to myself of the things I had accomplished, the things I hope to accomplish in 2018 and the things I would like to improve and work on for the year. Now put away, I'll pull it out next NYE and see how I did. For me this year will be getting through the 2nd semester of my first year of law school, heading to either China or Austria this summer to take some international law classes, and to try and be a better person by giving and volunteering. As part of some pro bono work I participated in ID recovery for Haven for Hope in downtown San Antonio, a very large homeless center. It was an incredible and humbling experience to help people get an ID or birth certificate and to hear their stories, some were just down on their luck and were looking to try and get back on their feet. Those Friday afternoons were just the right spiritual medicine for brutal heavy weeks of study. Additionally, being able to work with property attorneys who brought free services to the victims of the Sutherland Springs incident and the Hurricane Harvey victims in Victoria Texas were also touching. Lawyers seem to have a bad reputation in general it seems sometimes, but getting to see the impact the pro bono and community justice programs have on those in need has really inspired me in my future occupation. So very grateful.