Month: January 2012

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I just cried in public for the first time


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I’m going to try something different in this post. Up until now I’ve kept anything personal out of this blog, cause it’s meant to be more of a “professional” blog. You know, to keep people at arm’s length. My friend Amy recently pointed me a short article which says: when you have the choice between doing the scary thing or the safe thing, always do the scary thing. That’s how you grow as a person.

So here I go.

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I don’t believe in new year’s resolutions


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Back in 4th grade, I remember the teacher made us do a class exercise to write New Years resolutions. The kid next to me had written down a few, and turned to ask me how many I’d written. As I was furiously scribbling, I smugly announced: 27.

I guess I’ve always been pretty competitive. Sometimes it means I completely miss the point of what I’m doing. I doubt I followed through with any of the resolutions that year – if I did, it was probably by accident.

So how do we fare as adults? What percentage of people would you guess actually stick with their resolutions all the way through the year?

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