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Hello, 2011 Goals

It's a new year. New Year's resolutions are in full force. I'm working on myself from the inside out. Eating healthier, daily exercise, just all around taking better care of myself. I'm drinking water, and I HATE water. But I'm doing good so far, only 5 days in. I'm fasting starting 6pm this Sunday. This will be my first fast, and I am nervous about it. I think I will document every single day of the fast. That should be interesting ;) I'll find some meatless dishes, & post the recipes I like.

If you have any meatless recipes, please share:

Well, I believe New Year's Resolutions are in order:
  1. I would like to thrift more often (starting in the Spring or so)
  2. I would like to get out and see more of nature
  3. I would like to get my hair softer, &in better condition
  4. I want to enter a writing contest
  5. I vow to write more
  6. I would like to save up for a DSLR
  7. I'd like to take web design classes
  8. I'd like to take digital photography classes
  9. I'd like to learn Photoshop better
  10. I'd like to feel & look healthier
  11. I'd like to attend more shows

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