And it’s not even Christmas.
But I saw this on Facebook this morning and I think I will try to do all 101 of these things this year. (Doing so might also give me some tasty blog post “food.”) Check it:
One of the things I would also like to get better at is WordPress, this blogging platform I use. I just discovered a tool called “Press This,” which allows me to capture things I see as I travel the length and breadth of this here ether-world and put them here, presto-chango!
I am trying it out for the first time today. I think it has the potential to make me a more consistent blogger. (Hope.) So I have my fingers crossed that the link I added comes out just the way I saw it. It’s tres cool in its design, not only graphically, but if you hover over each of the items, it reveals more info and/or a tip for implementing it.
I am planning on printing it up and framing it so I will have it to look at every day.
On an entirely different note, I have just started reading Tim Ferriss’s The 4-Hour Body. And whoa. This is an extremely weird book in a totally cool way! I am only in a few chapters in, but I think it is going to revolutionize the way I exercise and think of my body. He has this idea of “recompositioning” in which you don’t think exclusively of losing pounds, but of changing your fat to muscle ratio. Doesn’t sound so revolutionary, but trust me, it is. So stay tuned.
It’s a few days before Christmas and G’s parents are newly arrived back from their month-long travel adventure through the southwest and Hawaii. Our fridge is completely full, (like things fall out when you open the door, full) and I ate a bagel with cream cheese for breakfast (!!) which is so totally wrong for me, I cannot even tell you.
(Clearly, I have started to cave to peer pressure and that has to stop. They are big carb eaters and I want to make them feel happy and at home, but doods, I simply cannot do white food.)
I think it is time to go hunt down a broccoli spear and steam it up for lunch.