Posts Tagged: new year

Vivir Su Vida.

Literally translated, the title of the blog post means “to live your life.” From last night to today, I took an inventory. It was sort of haphazard, because I was relieved I wasn’t battling drunken idiots but kind of feeling lame that I didn’t really do anything. (I concluded that I was doing something I liked to do, so it all worked out.) So I thought of the things that I have, and the things that I want, and the things I’d have to do to get me to what I want, and then I did not write them down… I’m not done yet.

Swearing Consecutively: An Almost Year of Blogging.

Many days ago, I vowed to write in this blog (read: journal-ly thing for 20-somethings). I did, for the most part… there were a couple of days I unintentionally skipped. It turns out that, although you want things to happen in a given year … well, sometimes they don’t. And that’s okay. I think the number one remark I got from people on this was, “You’re so funny!” (I like that, and I’ll continue to be.) I think the number two remark was, “I don’t think you swear too much.” (Shut the fuck up, bitches.) At about the middle of… I’m not done yet.

New Year, New Goals

“This is your life. This is your time.” – Snow Patrol Lest you think that, by the title, this is just a regular list of New Year resolutions, let me assure you that while it IS! it is not. I’ll offer a bit of explanation by saying this: I am one of “those” people who tries to learn by reading instead of doing, only to end up doing anyway. So, at the current moment, I have not one, but THREE books about running (one’s a loan from someone). It should go without saying that the only way to learn how… I’m not done yet.