Friday, January 2, 2015

What's your 100 for 2015?

This is the third year of my 100 challenge.

In 2013, I read 100 books.

In 2014, I tried out 100 new recipes.
Admittedly, I had a hard time with my challenge for this year. I wanted to do something that I loved, was good for me and I could see the results of.

And then it hit me while talking with my sister-in-law. She and her husband were visiting us over Christmas (to dote upon their precociously wonderful nephew). We were relaxing/recuperating after roller skating (side note: That was so much fun - I totally need to do that more often) and talking about what was new in our lives.

She talked about her very cool new job and this incredibly ambitious project she is working on to consolidate online learning resources at a major university. My brother-in-law (who is one of the smartest people I know) told us about an in-depth exhibition he has assembled that correlates major astronomical events to literary masterpieces throughout the ages. I mentioned my wonderful job and this blog and briefly talked about my beloved and often neglected podcast.

And then I knew what I wanted to do: I need to relaunch my podcast.

So, there you go: I'm going to focus on my podcast again. Writing for this site has become second nature to me; it's time for me to spread the love to my other site and see what I can do with it. 100 posts = 2 posts a week. Totally doable.

Happy New Year!

Forget resolutions: Try 100 of something. Let me know what your challenge is in the comments.


  1. Cool great goal of 100 post. Good luck with your 100

    1. Thanks, Julie! I hope you find something you love and make time for it this year!

  2. You're inspiring. Even your 100 new recipes (I thought of that often last year as I was serving yet another night of pasta. :))
    I don't have a resolution, yet. Maybe get my blog back up again? Any time I had for writing I put towards finishing the rough chapter book, which I did 2 weeks ago. Other than that, 100 of something...Have to think about it.

    1. This is selfish, but as a reader of your blog...I would love to see it more often this year. :)