If you’re a young post-grad, you’re probably feeling the insurmountable wave of requests from friends and family for donations to that walk, bake sale, jewelry/handbag night, or missions trip that will bring some great change in the world. I hate saying no to any of these requests because I believe people who take this leap make great change or it becomes such a formative part of their lives which leads to great change. With limited funds, what’s the best way to donating? How do you make your decisions?
I am sitting here wearing a t-shirt with at least three holes in the armpit regions and I wonder if my armpit sweat is like acid burning through cloth or if I have been in engaging in any particularly vigorous armpit activities. Nope. Well, that was a really randomly awkward thought. Sorry if it made you feel awkward reading it. Just shake it off…Gangnam style. Yes, I did just go there. No, I won’t throw out this t-shirt already. It took work to get it this comfortably worn. Mm, soft.
I’m thinking of some New Year’s Resolutions for 2013. I wonder what it would be like if I lived every other day doing everything with passion. Can’t do that everyday or I would be worn out but every other day sounds reasonable. Doing passionate work, passionate loving, passionate friendships, passionate subway sitting, passionate running. Hm.
2013 NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS (Ongoing)
- Become a Starbucks Gold Star member - 23 more stars to go. Not an avid Starbucks drinker but I want to be Gold status for the Gold card. GOLD.
- Read six books
- ……..I will think of more later