Jan. 1st, 2010

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Think about the year that has passed. All the memories, the entries and posts that made the year special. Think about all your past layouts, default icons, mood themes. How about all those conversations you had via comments, or the huge post in ONTD that you spent all night commenting on. The 2010 Scrapbook Post is a way to help you remember all of that, in a single post. - [livejournal.com profile] 2010_scrapbook

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ferrumaeternum: (bowie's in spaaaaace)
"May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you're wonderful, and don't forget to make some art -- write or draw or build or sing or live as only you can. And I hope, somewhere in the next year, you surprise yourself." – Neil Gaiman

Ever since I first read this on Neil’s blog, I always strive to live by it. Last year was basically a summary of this quote, and I couldn’t be happier. I am planning on 2010 being just as good as 2009 (if not better) and I hope you all do the same. ♥

Last year, I typed up my resolutions and I kept nearly all of them, so I’m doing the same for 2010.

Resolutions for 2009:
  • Get a job over the summer ✓
  • See as much live music as possible ✓
  • Read more ✓
  • Practice yoga at least every other day and take a yoga class in summer through the recreation department ✗
  • Get at least the peacock finished on my backpiece ✓

Resolutions for 2010:
  • Maintain everything on last year’s list minus yoga (my current lifestyle does not seem to leave much time for private practice or money for classes)
  • Lose 5 lbs. (thanks to all the desserts I’ve consumed over the holidays)
  • Post and comment on LiveJournal more often
  • See more movies
  • Get my backpiece finished
  • Save more money
  • Make art outside of class

However, I plan on taking yoga classes on the weekends once my backpiece is done. The mental, spiritual, and physical health benefits from it are truly incredible.

I still have to post about what’s been going on outside of school the past few months. A few significant things have happened that will take some explaining. In the meantime…




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