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List #10

This is list # 10. Out of 52 lists. From my journal of The 52 Lists Project, it’s a killer interactive book and journal that get’s you thinking about yourself. From the first week of your year, to the 52nd week.

And in natural Kelly fashion – I’m not going in order. I’m doing list #10 right now, because this is the list I need to complete at this moment in my life, in my week, in my day.

LIST OF THE THINGS YOU SHOULD IGNORE

  • Anyone else’s Body Language – I read too much into it. Oh, they sighed loudly – they must be frustrated and stress and want me to know. I’ve learned to hate “sighing” because I don’t know what people mean when they sigh. What do I do? I asked someone a questions, shoulders shrugged – they must not care? or do they? You smiled when I asked you something – are you just trying got get me to stop asking questions? I know Dave does this 😉
  • Reactions – I spend more time thinking about the reaction to any of my actions instead of just going for it. I think too much about what other people will think instead of concentrating on myself.
  • Time – Ignore time. Time lost. Time needed. Time past. Time until.
  • Instagram – I SPEND WAY TO MUCH FRICKIN TIME ON INSTAGRAM
  • Concerns and feelings of people who are in no way shape or form involved, impacted or invested in or by my life. Strangers. I care about strangers.
  • Emails – after 6pm? I can get to them tomorrow…right? Maybe I’ll just take a peek…

It’s a short list. There is probably more. But after reading through…maybe these aren’t bad things…maybe I shouldn’t ignore them…

 

xxoo

Blogs on Blogs on Blogs

There are SO many different blogs out there…all about different things.

Blogs about cooking.

Blogs about running.

Even blogs STRICTLY on underwater basket weaving.

I write blogs because I’m convinced people love reading what I have to write. I think I do some pretty interesting things in my life – and basically I want other people to think so too. I love writing about my adventures and stories and telling people how my freakin weekend went!

But other than writing blogs – I read them. I enjoy them. I like reading what other people think, or what other people did with their Tuesday night. Maybe I’m just nosey? Or too concerned with others peoples business? But I think there are people out there too that like blogging as much as I do! Or just like to write about their personal life and think they do cool things as well.

I’m sure some of you bloggers have heard of the 52 LISTS PROJECT. My good friend (and former roommate) has been doing this project all year. Their is a different list each week and it prompts you to write different things. It brings people of all bloggin type into one category to write about! I think it’s awesome and may take it up even though I’m late in the game! Check her out at www.maddreamdesign.com – she also makes fantastic jewlery with a portion of her profit going to different charities depending on the jewelry.

I have another friend who uses her blog for mostly updates on her races! She posts her results, summaries on the race and pictures! It’s kinda like an online personal journal! You can check her out at www.sofiadewolfe.com

My best friend lives in Hawaii- BOBBIE POPPLER! She has an awesome blog in her hands, and she’s just starting to post more! She’s someone you want to follow. She JUST graduated yesterday from University of Hawaii as a journalism major. She post everything from personal notes to modern day hawaiian culture. www.bobbiepoppler.com has great reads! And I can’t wait to read more of what she comes up with! Remember her name- it’ll be big one day.

Those are just 3 examples of different blogs people can get into. Bottom line is though, every blog has something personal put into it. Someone is behind the keyboard spending time and effort into making their post mean something to them. Every blogger puts a little piece of themselves into their posts and waits for peoples reactions. They hope their readers like it and that they come back to read more.

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