And that's why I hesitated starting one for so long.
It's Murphy's Law or something, right?
As soon as I committed to starting a blog, I'd get too busy* to keep it up.
I've already skipped a week. I had decided to make this a post-once-a-week ordeal, but here I am, two weeks since my last post, without anything decisive to say. Here are some topics I thought about writing about:
A#1: The Abercrombie and Fitch fiasco (yes, I still have some tank tops from high school in my closet with the little moose on them, and yes, I still wear them often enough. Do I care...eh?).
B#2:How I washed my bike gear while showering (kinda like this lady**: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z68tH-lnK60).
C#3: My face-to-face dilemma of the feminist issues of career vs. family (if I go back to get my PhD, I'll be 31 when I graduate. THIRTY-ONE! That's like, far older than I plan on becoming) and chivalry vs. girl power (wearing a Cheetah-print, belted work dress to a bike shop sparked this one).
D#4: My Twitter war on CVS and why you should boycott them too.
Each of these could have been an insightful, witty, maybe even hilarious essay, and yet here I am: sitting on a friend's couch, quickly hammering out something just so I can say I did, before launching myself into another project with a deadline.
*I have recently started watching The Office on Netflix and CANNOT STOP. So, yeah, I've been busy.
**TOILET PAPER IS ALWAYS WELL STOCKED AT MY HOUSE I HAVE A LEGITIMATE FEAR OF RUNNING OUT I ALMOST CONSIDERED SPENDING AN $80 GIFT CARD ON JUST TP SO I WOULD NEVER RUN OUT YOU CAN ASK HILLARY TO CONFIRM PLEASE DON'T THINK I DON'T WIPE 'CAUSE THAT'S GROSS!