Let this post be the first in a new segment, “5 things.” With this, I will focus on various themes surrounding 5 things…ideally it will revolve around much more interesting topics, such as… “5 foods to try in (fill in the blank),” “5 best ways to entertain yourself on a 20 hr bus ride…,” “5 highlights of …” or “5 […]
Can you guess my plans for 2012…? Here are some hints… Central America from G Adventures on Vimeo. South America from G Adventures on Vimeo. Earth from G Adventures on Vimeo.
“Nothing important in life happens without a cost” Jacqueline Novogratz Another fine TED talk; this one on people who have immersed themselves in a cause, a community, or a passion for justice.
Giving Thanks 2011, a set on Flickr. This year I actually wished my grandpa had made us go around and say what we’re thankful for–like he has in years past. Right now, I’m feeling particularly thankful for a whole bunch. One of which is a family I actually genuinely enjoy spending my time with (and anxiously look forward to seeing)…
Since I have been feeling a tad overwhelmed and overworked lately; now might be the ideal time to reflect on some inspiring quotes from blogger/author/ lifestyle management guru Tim Ferriss. I recently read his much-hyped (in the “blogosphere,” at least) “The Four Hour Workweek,” and, for the most part, found it to be worth much of the hype… Noteworthy quotes/excerpts: […]
As a freshman in high school I was given the assignment of writing a descriptive paper about a special person in my life. My paper, titled “My Billo-Haired Friend” was an ode to my grandpa (“Brillo-Hair,” is a reference to his course, curly white hair). This was not a difficult assignment. I have looked up to my grandpa my entire […]
I’ve often wondered this. More lately, as I’ve attempted to learn a new language, while also helping a non-native speak English. Language is one of those things that becomes stranger the more you think about it; i.e. try saying a familiar word out loud more than a few consecutive times. A simple, often spoken word begins to sound strange and foreign when repeated. It’s fascinating to me how languages can sound so rhythmically different from one another. French carries a vastly different tune from English, English from Spanish, so forth. Kind of mind boggling?
So like most humans I’m into food. And since I’m getting used to this blogging thing, and see that some other bloggers like to share food they eat, or more particularly–food they make, I thought I’d try a “food post.” I mean, I cook, sometimes. So here goes… For dinner last night I made… Jalapeno Corn Cakes with Avocado Salsa […]