happy 2013. a lucky, odd-numbered, off year.

7 Jan

So, here I am. Back to blogging. One of my (many) resolutions for 2013. Unlike some, I have no aspirations of being followed, liked, or rewarded with e-fame from this endeavour. I just lose journals too frequently and my hand writing has gotten so shoddy I figure blogging kills two birds (#1stone).

Things to start 2013 right? First, read Bill Maher’s new rules for the new year. So hilarious and pretty spot on. Weirdly, my dad thought they were a bit crude and my mom couldn’t get enough of them. Oh yeah, and for this illustrious year I moved home, back in with the rents; I’m 27 and totally stoked about it.

Other big nebulous plans for 2013:

1. Be more flexible and deter this hip soreness that is coming with my older age (yoga 2x a week?)

2. Run a 3:30 marathon. At Boston. In April. This will be really hard.

3. Doodle more. Put the start to a graphic novel on this blog and attempt to be funny.

4. Weigh less. Drink less. Eat more home-cooked yummies and less candy. Trying to stave off adult on-set diabetes now.

5. Read one book every two weeks. (Ambitious? Not if you’re not working and living in a Michigan winter!)

I’ve started by reading The Tiger’s Wife by Téa Obreht. Really good whimsical folklore meets young female doctor. I’m only on Chapter 3 but I love it. Except, Téa, an immigrant at age 12, had this published by 25 and it’s already a best seller. #overachiever #i’mjustbitterbutnotreallybecauseit’stoogood

Alright-y. Week 2 of Boston marathon training. Using my mom’s training plan. Off to run 5 miles…


One Response to “happy 2013. a lucky, odd-numbered, off year.”

  1. Marjorie May 2, 2013 at 2:52 pm #

    Hey there! I could have sworn I’ve been to this blog before but after reading through some of the post I realized it’s
    new to me. Nonetheless, I’m definitely glad I found it and I’ll be book-marking and checking back frequently!

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