Crossing the chasm to a new year is of course a good time to think about the things you would like to see different in your life, either by doing more of something and/or doing less of something else. When I was in university, every year I drowned myself in long lists of new year’s resolutions. Maybe the length of them scared me off, but never did any real change seem to come out of these. The last years I have stopped making any resolutions at new year’s, instead focusing on appreciation of what I already have and am. Appreciation and acceptance is still an approach I value in this age of fast and constant development. But this year, 2/3 into our San Francisco adventure, a new year’s resolution started to form a few weeks ago.