New year, who dis

I’ve never been one to make a big deal out of New Year’s Eve. Sure, my friends and I have had some awesome parties for it and there was that one time on Bardstown Road, but really, it’s just another day/night for me. I do try to think of a resolution of some sort –Continue reading “New year, who dis”

New year, new plans, new all kinds of stuff

So for my first post of the New Year, I wanted to motivate myself. Thus, the reason it was my past year in review (when it comes to blogging). It was pretty sad. I posted a lot that I’m really happy with, but looking back, it averages out to less than once a week! Unacceptable.Continue reading “New year, new plans, new all kinds of stuff”

Yes (wo)man

There’s this movie called “Yes Man” with Jim Carrey. He’d said no to everything, been afraid of new experiences until all of the sudden he decided to try and do the opposite – to say “yes” as often as possible. I wouldn’t say I’m going THAT far, but 2012 is definitely the year of newContinue reading “Yes (wo)man”

Resolution-izing

I’m a couple days late to the party, I know, but I’ve been thinking. I needed time to solidify my plans for the new year and come up with things I want to do more or less of this year or start or stop doing altogether. In no particular order, these are the things IContinue reading “Resolution-izing”

A farewell to cheese

Due to my body’s decision that it no longer can handle cheese, there are some lifestyle changes that have to be made. And by lifestyle changes, I mean, I’m gonna be the one at the parties standing over there by the veggie tray because I can’t really have anything else. Not that it’s not aContinue reading “A farewell to cheese”

A Whatchama-tarian

It’s around this time of year that people say goofy things like “(Upcoming Year) is totally gonna be my year.” I usually think that’s corny. And cliche. However, this is probably the one year I’m thinking something along those lines. Case in point: several big events and trips in 2012, as well as the possibilityContinue reading “A Whatchama-tarian”

Bring it on, 2010

Every year on New Year’s Eve, I kind of think of some resolutions, but I can never really nail down a list, much less take them all seriously enough to stick to during the year. Then I realized it’s because I don’t make the resolutions tangible enough and they’re more out of guilt than wantContinue reading “Bring it on, 2010”