Thursday, December 31, 2009

To Dos for 2010

See ya later 2009 - you sucked a big one! I'm looking ahead to bigger and better things in the teens decade. I just started making a list of things I want to accomplish in the beginning third of this new year:

  • Quit drinking booze until March (or maybe just stop doing shots on weekdays)

  • Attend a cooking class or two at the Brooklyn Kitchen, so I can pretend to cook something other than pasta

  • Learn a little Spanish - hopefully I won't embarrass myself too much while traveling abroad

  • Go to Costa Rica in February to volunteer in San Jose for a week - still need to pay for it

  • Officially give up eating dirty fast food like McDonalds and Burger King (Chinese food and pizza are still ok though)

  • Ween myself off my pricey morning addiction to Starbucks - I don't need a latte a day

  • Lose 10lbs so my mom's Wii Fit doesn't say my age should really be 47 years old

  • Actually finish one of the many books I've started writing

More to come...

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't forget:

"Move back to Boston to get swept off my feet by a gentleman caller!"

pats8052 said...

"Actually finish one of the many books I've started writing"


About what?

Katie said...

Hmm I think I would need to know the identity of this mysterious gentleman caller before I move back to the frozen tundra.

Katie said...

Pats - I've started writing a couple of kids books, a funny novel about me trying to be vegan and a few short stories. Maybe if I quit my job I would have time to actually finish them. :)

Anonymous said...

Well your gentleman caller is now being uprooted and moving to the Rockies. Interested? :)

Katie said...

Are you going to tap the Rockies?? Or another job that doesn't involve the beer industry :)

Anonymous said...

My job won't involve employment in the beer industry - however I do plan to support the new local beer companies in that part of the country!

Anonymous said...

My job won't involve employment in the beer industry - however I do plan to support the new local beer companies in that part of the country!