Thursday, December 31, 2009

new year, new blog



Happy new year and new decade, everybody! 2009 was a year of great change, and surprise in my life, and so I know that 2010 will be very different. Those differences will also be reflected in this blog- look for a new address, a new design, and new directions for Where's the Revolution? in the next few weeks. I hope that you'll join me for a new journey!

and now, my new year's resolutions, 10 for 2010:
  • learn to make sprouted grain bread like Ezekiel
  • make injera
  • read 200 books (inspired by Elizabeth)
  • keep a journal (including dream journal)
  • visit 10 cities I've never visited
  • get a job, pay off credit card debt
  • be better than I've been lately about drinking water and taking my vitamins
  • write, create writing portfolio, send out articles for publication
  • keep in touch better with friends- letters, emails, cards, care packages, phone calls
  • revamp this blog!

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27 comments:

Michelle said...

These are all fantastic resolutions. Happy New Year!!

panda with cookie said...

Happy New Year Bazu!

VeganLisa said...

If one of the ten cities is Toronto...then I can't wait to welcome you in 2010. I look forward to the new blog and the new journey. All the best!

Also...please document your discovery of injera success. It continues to evade me.

Amey said...

HAPPY NEW YEAR BAZU!!
I hope your resolutions come true... especially the ones you care about most. I look forward to seeing what goes down with WTR? - one of my oldest and dearest blog-loves. Like you said, will 2010 be the year we finally meet? I wonder!

We are going to Morocco & Spain, and maybe Lisbon in the spring - so that will help me with the visiting places I've never been goal ... which is a perpetual resolution in my book.

xo

Courtney said...

Good luck with your resolutions, and have a happy and safe new year! I will look forward to your new blog and reading posts in 2010!

Courtney

Soja said...

Happy New Year and good luck with your resolutions!!

Anonymous said...

Clifton is a city! And you've never been here!
Rachel

aelle said...

VISIT SEOUL! Eat vegan kimchi with me!

DJ said...

A love a good resolution and these sound pretty good too me! Happy New Year!

vegan.in.brighton said...

Happy New Year! I like your resolutions, mine are to be a more awesome drummer and to learn some German so I can read labels myself next time I visit!

Sarah said...

Happy New Year!

I want to make ezekiel bread too - and the wraps - I love the wraps.

Hannah said...

Happy New Year, Bazu!

Great resolutions, I could stand to adopt quite a few of those as well...

No More Sad Geraniums said...

sounds rather ambitious, way to go!

The Voracious Vegan said...

This is SO awesome! I can't wait to see your new blog and hear more of your awesome stories and recipes. Happy New Year!

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Mihl said...

Happy new year, Bazu! I might steal that 200 books idea!

Melisser; the Urban Housewife said...

Happy New Year Bazu! See you soon!

ditte said...

awesome post. so inspiring. miss you, bazu! <3

SebastientheVII said...

Brilliant! I also have great interest in learning how to make injera and sprouted grain breads. The Ezekiel bread is the only tortilla I've had since I found out I'm allergic to corn and I can't find it out in Boston; learning how to make it would be fantastic.

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Monique a.k.a. Mo said...

200 books?! So awesome. Happy New Year!

aelle said...

So when will we see the new blog??

Guinnah said...

I was reading some old comments on my blog and saw one from you - I don't know that I ever replied (I kind of slacked off for a long time)! But I appreciated you stopping by and I'll definitely be checking back in to see your new changes! Happy 2010!

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Every year its been a tradition by my mom to prepare 13 pieces of apple..

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vko said...

Um I want to copy your resolutions, injera, 200 books, keeping in touch...how's it going?

xoxVKO

LAj said...

Happy New Year and happy nou ruz.
I hope to read you soon. And to read lots of comments also :)

Bye,
Cosimo G.