Saturday, February 5, 2011

nutshell: january 2011

recapping the month of january ... because of the random order of topics, for ease of reminiscing-ish, nutshell is my recaps at the end of each month.

(december's nutshell over here)


highlight ...
i spent much of january getting my your heart's desire for 2011 (aka yhd for 2011) in order, starting posts as an unofficial healthmonth blogger to hope to do so for february as part of team CDWL@edi, hanging out with blogger bosom buddies (see kay's fabulous post about B3!), and pondering the WSJ tiger mom article and then some (still) about asian children and upbringing. i have decided to start pages for summaries of health month and the love project given the level of activity i envision.

on transforming ... i read blogs and pass my time in a variety of ways.
on pop culture and nostalgika ... stuff pops in my head and often it is pop culture, nostalgika, or some viral whatever-thingy forwarded to me (and many others).cubeopolis life ... cubeopolis (aka where i work) has been a mix of reminiscing and current activity. this month was VERY LIGHT with the exception of my sharing thoughts on tyler's advanced riskology article, the explorer and the farmer where i may be a crazy explorer in the land of farmers to later share with other explorers about fun and crazy farmers. (good thing)

going to happy places ... just because ...
food stuff ... i socialize over food, and this month i made use of my smartphone - over a ella's in laurel heights for new year's brunch and at bossa nova for brazilian-themed food and atmosphere for a mid-stream celebration with fatbet friends. note to self: take more food pics.

visit with me ... in nov 2010, i decided to add a nutshell section some of the sites i have visited - mainly for ease of revisiting and remembering why i even bothered to share something about a site - kind of my accountability web visits, as if someone from cubeopolis were to ask "why did you check out ...?" (and some do - so here is the answer key)
it's february!

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