When it comes to running, 2016 wasn't completely terrible -- the first three months went well, I had a decent Shamrock Half Marathon and December has been satisfying.
Everything else in between, though, was awful. Suffering my first injury in years and being completely sidelined for three weeks was THE WORST.
There's no reason for me to do a year in review this year -- I haven't been a big fan of them anyway.
I'm eager for 2017 to get here to continue what I've started in the past month and enjoyed in the past: being consistent; writing down my miles; and being happy while running.
If those three things happen, bigger and better things will happen in 2017 and a year from now I'll be writing a completely different story.