I'd say that, this year, my main DR plans would be teaching the next-most-technically-competent person here (who isn't a programmer, unfortunately) about basic DR principles. I might not be available at all times (though the company certainly expects me to be!), so someone else should definitely be aware of what needs to be done in an emergency. Already drafting some tutorials on how our DR process should go, and we'll take things from there.
Thankfully, my own DR prep routine seems to be fairly good; daily DBCC, backup, and restore, done in the off-hours. The practice has paid off, too, as just this week we had an incident where all of the data in a table was vaporized by accident. Thanks to practicing a restore routine every day, though, I was able to get a copy of the database restored and all of the data replaced in 15 minutes; practice is definitely key in such a situation!