Of the items Keith recommended in his post:
Related to 2-participate in the F1F Season Review, I need to sort out doing my 2011 season review (and sort out my blog in general – it could do with re-focusing)
I’d love to do 6 (organise a trip to Donington Park museum) but I think, due to other expenses, I’ll have to wait yet another year.
I’ll probably end up doing 7 (reading parts of the F1F archive) because that happens from time to time in-season too ;)
8 (following F1′s pre-season) is inevitable and I’m already doing 9 (keeping up-to-date with F1F) through Twitter.
I hope to do 11 (a spot of karting) – the turn-of-year event I hoped to go to hasn’t got back to me on how to pay, but even if that doesn’t work out, there’s a nice fun indoor venue I can sometimes access. Later in the winter, I might even take up an offer of coaching a different venue recently sent me (I would share it but I’m worried it would come across as spam, especially in this context). Sadly 12 (driving a F1 car) is a no-go for the foreseeable future.
Related to 18 (build a F1 car), I’ve got a little side project going, trying to paint up a cheap die-cast F430 to look vaguely like a 2010 AF Corse GT2 car. Next job: must remember to pick up some yellow paint for the trim…
Related to 22-28 (Reading F1 books) is inevitable, especially since I know I have at least one (plus a rallying book) from friends. I have some very nice friends :)
My non-F1 related stuff involves trying to stay warm, doing a course on Business Administration, learning some basic Finnish so I can communicate better with one of my penpals and trying to get fit ready for a possible triathlon relay next September. Also, celebrating Christmas with my family – it’s a wonderful time of year. Getting a job might be an idea too but that’s been going on long enough not to qualify as a “off-season” task.