2012, I think I’m ready for you

So I was thinking about moving blog homes, but decided that required more work than I felt like putting into it. And so I’ve just changed the format a little (once again) and given it a new years facelift. My ideas about blogging have changed a bit – instead of a place where I dump all my thoughts every now and then, I want it to be a place where I share things that have stumbled across my path and caught my eye (music, art, stories). Some things might be short, others a bit longer, but hopefully more of a consistent reflection of my life at this moment in time.

For example, here’s something I saw on pinterest that I’m considering doing this year.

Part calendar, part journal…a creative way to reflect on the days and years. You have the day of the year on an index card and each year write something you did that day. After a few years, it’ll be neat to see what transpired. I like to reflect and this seems simple (I need more simplicity in my life).

P.S. I’m holding off on starting a pinterest page because my mind can’t handle so many social networking sites (facebook, twitter, pinterest, instagram, etc…oy).

Also thinking about doing a picture a day…I’ll keep you posted.

Anyway, looking forward to 2012 and hopeful for what it holds. I see exciting things up ahead (hint: the thing a step beyond undergrad). More to come, stay tuned!

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  1. Mom

    I love that idea of the index cards! It is like a renewable journal. Such history in the making. Awesome.

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