Monthly Archives: January 2013

2012 Words

Day 31: Elevator Speech Set a timer for 2 minutes and sum up 2012 in as many words as possible, good or bad. Sickness Anxiety Uncertainty Happiness Engagement Commitment Opportunity Friendship Family Career Stress Examinations Defenses Dissertation Data Crying Insanity … Continue reading

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Bucket List

Day 30: 30 Things Maybe you had a list of things you wanted to accomplish but you didn’t. Maybe you have a list of goals for 2013 that you want to achieve. What are 30 things you’ve never done. Back … Continue reading

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Genie in a Bottle Baby

Day 29: Three Wishes I’m sure that, at some point in your life, you’ve wished you had you’re own personal genie in a bottle. Someone you could call on at any time to grant you three wishes (or more). If … Continue reading

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Rowena’s Passions

Day 28: Life with Passion Did you live with passion in 2012? Describe the things you were most passionate about this year. What were they? How did they affect your life, and will you continue to live passionately in 2013? … Continue reading

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My Silver Diner Obsession

Day 27: Show and Tell Were you creative in 2012? Did you finally tackle that home improvement project you’ve been putting off? Did you finally make that scrapbook that’s been sitting untouched for God-knows how long? Show us your projects! … Continue reading

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Job Market Fails

Day 26: Well That Was Embarrassing Did anything happen this year that made you truly embarrassed? Maybe you were singing to a song in public and went off key and everyone heard you? Or perhaps one of your kids did … Continue reading

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A Letter to Michael

Day 25: Thank You Note Take this opportunity to write someone a thank you note. It can be anonymous, or you can actually address it to the person (or thing) you’re writing it to. Maybe you want to thank your … Continue reading

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