I’m getting a bike this month. Seriously, I need to burn some fat on some isolated areas I’ve been considering lipofuse, but I don’t know. I’d rather do cardio exercises.
I’m also thinking of trying out Insanity, but I’m not sure if I can take it.
For now, I plan to go biking and brisk walking every day. Hopefully I can stick with that plan.
My dad gave me his Zorki-C. It feels weird. After using the FED3 for years, I feel like I’m looking at very unfamiliar ATV Parts.
I love it, though. Having to learn how to use something new. It’s pretty awesome too since I have to focus through one viewfinder and then compose in another. Fun.
Hopefully I’ll be able to post photos from this initial roll next week.
I have no idea what to get my male friends.
I bought the female friends organic cosmetics since I know they’ll love those things. But men? Maybe I should just buy wrestling posters or something.
Or am I being sexist?
Please let me gain insight into the inner workings of a man’s mind. Or… maybe I don’t really want that. Hehe.
Another good thing about 2011: when we get our new house, I get started on my mini studio.
I’m already looking for materials for my backdrop mount, checking out prices for brother printers, and seeing how much an improvised lighting setup would cost.
I am so psyched for this move. Mostly because of the new furniture, my upcoming wire photo wall, and my mini studio. I’m going to be so broke next year.
that means new house.
We’re already looking at pergo, and I’m doing research on the best quality Formica for my desk so I can tell our contractor to start sourcing the materials for me. I’ve showed him a photo of what I want, and Project: Awesome Desk is on the way to fruition.
I can’t believe I’m actually thinking about Formica and drawer locks.
My neighbor keeps practicing his drumming skills, I think I’m going deaf. He’s not even that good.
I might need an audiometer soon, or at least a doctor to check out my hearing. It’s extremely frustrating, and noisy.
I don’t like inconsiderate neighbors. Unfortunately, they seem to exist in practically every neighborhood. I might pay that neighbor a visit soon and give him an earful.
One thing I’d really like to get this Christmas is more clothes…
Or more money for clothing. One can never have too much women’s apparel (unless you’re a man). So, yeah. I’d like more clothes. I’ve been buying more clothes this year, but I still can’t get rid of my tech geek tendencies. A chunk of my salary still funds my gaming hobby and my gadget addiction. I guess that will never go away. But I’m going to start setting aside a bit for clothes.
But I’d like more clothes, yes.
The December traffic is driving me insane. I don’t have to think about affordable car insurance since I don’t drive, but a problem every person (drivers and commuters) has to face during December is the traffic.
It’s totally crazy. I wish it would just stop. I don’t feel like going out of the house anymore for fear of getting stuck in traffic. It’s put a damper on a lot of my holiday plans.
2010 is almost over. It flew by so fast, but I have to admit that so many things happened as well. The year still passed by quickly, though.
In 2011, I seriously plan to travel a bit. I’m not sure if my plans will come to fruition (depends on how much I end up saving). So I need to watch out for good travel deals. I’m thinking of taking a trip to Singapore to see a certain genius.
Nah, I’m not really doing a countdown. But it’s the 17th and I feel odd. I don’t feel excited about the upcoming holidays. It’s odd. Every year it seems as if a significant amount of Christmas spirit is shaved off. Or maybe it’s just part of growing up? Whatever.
Industrial pc, things. Should I talk about that? Nah, I think not. Anyway, I wish I could feel more excited about Christmas.