messing up my body clock

I slept at 2am. Well around that time anyway. I still remember because I knew I insisted on sleeping already since I had to wake up early for work the next day, (today) and guess what. I am now awake and it’s not even 7am yet.

Argh. I’m most likely going to have a headache later and it’s my own fault. But I’d rather blame it on the mint baileys…

Bucket list!

As grabbed from Reggy’s blog…

Bold means YES

1. Started my own blog.
2. Slept under the stars.
3. Played in a band.
4. Visited Hawaii. – I wanna
5. Watched a meteor shower.
6. Given more than I can afford to charity.
7. Been to Disneyland/world. EuroDisney counts naman diba?
8. Climbed a mountain. – I wanna
9. Held a praying mantis.
10. Sung a solo. – Didn’t say I had to be good right? Continue reading

Exciting times ahead

Last year, I came up with a theme – Adventures. The lack of blog posts didn’t really help acknowledge the adventures I went through, but I assure you, it was a very apt theme. From my comfort zone, I moved on and forward, and I truly felt going out of my shell. I still feel the need to document, but I guess I like talking about the present, so you’ll probably be seeing snippets only of those adventures.

This year, marks, yet again, another special year. Very soon, I’ll be ending my “Twenty-something” blog theme as I reach the big 3-0. As with 2008, I’m creating a theme to set my “game” of the year. I’ve been thinking about it a few days already, and some of my possible themes had been “growth”, “change” and a good fair bit, “letting go”. For one reason or another though, it didn’t seem right.

With due respect to my upcoming thirty self, the theme I’ve chosen is Celebration. As “growth” and “change” seems to be inevitable anyway, Celebration involves several things, including letting go of my twenties self, and finally acknowledging, appreciating and celebrating the peak years they call 30’s. I intend to celebrate, also, successes, friendships, loved ones, occassions, work life, and learnings.

So Cheers, 2009! :thumbsup: Give me your best shot!

What’s your theme for the year?

Thanks again to Steve Shapiro as I reaffirmed my need for a purpose.