Well maybe not entirely. I used to love the winter, but that was when I lived in a house that actually stayed warm. Our apartment when the wind kicks up can be very hard to keep warm. Thus I’m kind of missing those days of basking in the sun and feeling warm all the way through. I took this photo over last summer on our only visit to White Memorial that year. I’m determined to get out and enjoy the outdoors in 2010. It seems like so long ago but in 2006, I was biking at least once a week and doing all sorts of other things outdoors. In the spirit of getting in better health This past week I ate vegetarian from Sunday through Thursday. Friday we started running out groceries, time and I caved and picked up Starbucks […]
2009 Recap: Turned 30 Been on unemployment/shared work program for 13 months Fought back depression Vacationed in Maine in monsoon season Vacated in New Hampshire in intense humidity Biked the Lincoln Woods Trail (a highlight for the year) Finally bought a TV Established some new friendships, that I hope will last a while Partnered with new people for projects 2010 Goals: Drink water (I just don’t drink anything currently) Eat vegetarian / vegan 4 days a week Bicycle (a lot more) Shoot more photograhy both B&W film and digital Have a gallery showing/or participate in an art show by end of year Drink more tea and less coffee Read 8 books this year Bring in 3 clients in the first half of 2010 Schedule alone/creative time each week Cook (and use more herbs and spices) What are your goals for […]
Need help coming up with resolutions for 2010? Visit the New Year’s Resolution Generator. Personally I never seem to have a problem coming up with a long list of resolutions, my usual over eager self. Of course sticking to those resolutions is a whole other matter. I’ll be following up with a post on New Year’s Day of my, very few, resolutions for 2010. Speaking of 2010, aren’t we supposed to be seeing monoliths start arriving soon?
A year and several months later after putting my back out quite severely I’m feeling well enough to take on a consistent exercise routine. Turning 30 also put a bit more fuel on the fire as well. Life’s too short to not enjoy every bit of sunshine I can get, breath fresh air and do it in a body I vaguely remember. I am happy I am able to recall the feeling of being very limber and having done gymnastics when I was younger. I used to be pretty coordinated. I can see myself now doing things in a body that is yet to be discovered. I’m beginning this journey again, not with a sole focus on the end, but enjoying the trip. Discovering new foods, learning new exercises, pushing my limits and breaking out of the box. My good […]