Here’s what it’s like:¹ I technically can’t cross number 3 off my list (Be able to run 3 miles in 30 minutes. And eventually go for a run outside, in public.) because I haven’t accomplished the first part of it yet, but I have done the second part. Many, many times, actually. In fact, … Continue reading What it’s like to go for a jog. Outside. In public.
This Valentine’s Day Tony and I went on a weekend getaway to Mendocino, CA! Now I know what you’re thinking. You’re probably wondering to yourself, “Where the hell is Mendocino?” and to that I say, “I don’t really know, but I was there and it reminded me of how life must have been back in … Continue reading Nature Adventure #2: Sea Kayaking and Sea Sickness
This is going to be a short post, because, well, I didn’t really do much this past week. At least nothing really that has to do with this blog. But number 1 on my list says “Blog at least once a week” so that is what I am trying to do right now. Well, … Continue reading My Dog Ate My Homework 2.0
Go to a concert! I have a long history with Kishi Bashi. During freshman year, for our 4th-ish date, Tony wanted to surprise me with Of Montreal tickets because we had initially bonded over “liking” them on Facebook. So we took the Marguerite to the Caltrain and the Caltrain to the Millbrae BART Station … Continue reading Study Break: Kishi Bashi
It’s easy to get stuck inside the Stanford “bubble.” It is, after all, its own city, and technically, one can survive without ever setting foot outside of campus. But really, what kind of a life is that? Especially when everyone around you has a car! I am so fortunate to have many people around me … Continue reading Nature Adventure #1: Toll Collectors and Selfies
I was quite proud of myself this past Friday. Thanks to BARE Bowls and Orangetheory, I can safely say that it was one of the healthiest days I've had in my life. Not only am I now part of the acai health-food craze, but I am also currently relishing the lingering pain in my thighs and … Continue reading BARE Bowls and Orangetheory
Before starting a new list and reorienting the blog to the present, I think it is only right to refer back to my last list (written on September 20, 2011) and check off what I have accomplished in the last three-and-a-half years: FRESHMAN YEAR Fountain hop at every fountain - This happened, basically, on … Continue reading Updates and Senior Year Winter Quarter List