Exit 2006, welcome 2007
Personally, I don’t think much about the New Year festivities. The only ‘new’ year that counts these days is the financial year and other than for new resolutions for us to break, more avenues for clubs to overcharge you for a crowded and messy night, there is not much else to celebrate when the calendar ticks over from December 31 to January 1.
This year has been good to me: financially, personally and professionally. 2005 was a nightmare I really would not want revisit, where there was chaos across the personal and professional spectrum. Having actively participated in the birth of a new television news channel (really, a start up of a scale that is really huge), this was also the year where I finally gave up on being the lone ranger and took up the responsibility of heading a team and operations that span two cities.
I guess I don’t have much else to say, other than wishing you all a happy and prosperous 2007.