The vast majority of "nice things" I've chosen to do have involved travel - 10 of them in fact. Many
Almost as many "nice things" were done locally. These were visits to stately homes, gardens, wildlife refuges and so on in England, and another 7 "nice things" were done in and around my village and included saying yes to things like African drumming, joining a sketchbooking group, taking a photography course, climbing up to the top of the village church, a duck race on the local river, the World Pea Shooting Championship (yes it happens just up the road from me) and a scarecrow hunt.
Finally some of the nice things have involved food and drink - for example gin and chocolate pairing in Johannesburg, or pampering such as massage.
This is obviously a bit of a personal post - not a professional one. I will get back to blogging about
technology and the PYP soon I promise. But for now, in this hard year, I'm just happy to be nearly at the end of it and to have grown stronger as a person by saying YES.
Oh, and by the way I've also said Yes to a couple of things for next year as well. I'm going to fly to Uzbekistan and travel along the Silk Road. I'm also going to walk the South West Coastal Path to raise money for the Alzheimer's Society in honour of my mother.
Watch this space!