I have a writing diary in which I write down my story submissions and the results of them. Not only do I keep track this way, it means I know which story say rejected by Competition A I can sent out to Competition B and avoid sending out a story to somewhere that's already turned it down. It happens. The trick is to ensure it doesn't happen to you.
The diary is also useful for writing down how I felt at the time when a story did well or otherwise. When I heard From Light to Dark and Back Again was going to be published by Chapeltown Books, I felt a wonderful sense of excitement (about to fulfil a long held ambition after all), a "can't quite believe it" feeling and so on. I am still absolutely thrilled about the book coming out but that initial heady feeling has gone because I have had time to get used to the idea this is really happening. But it is nice to capture those special writing moments on paper before they vanish altogether and, of course, a highly appropriate thing for a writer to want to do.
So review your year and set some goals. If they don't quite work out do you need to keep trying or were the goal not quite right for you? But review and revise and write, write, write!