There was Track Meet outside, and my friends said they were going to just walk the first 8th grade race. I actually tried to run, even though I didn't really want to, but because all my friends were going up there anyways. I tried to run. Put emphasis on "tried." I was near the back of the group and I was wearing jeans and leggings/tights below them (but only because I forgot to bring a normal pair of socks to change into). I basically broke some rules with the squad, and we bounced on this set of cushion-y things. I did a flip on one and rolled off. They were super dusty, and a teacher came over and reprimanded us. We went back to our seats and played Cards Against Humanity. We had a great time.
Long story short, I ran in the Track Meet while in all the wrong clothes and broke rules with my friends, which I would NOT do normally.
I signed up for Intro to Drama, but have not listed it as a class I will take for my Freshman year. Not sure on the status on that level, but I got an email saying they will update me about Drama now, so... I guess I'll wait and see.
1. Joined Toastmasters Club (for leaders and speakers)
2. Volunteered abroad several times
3. Volunteered in Poland several times
4. Visited Wrocław and met new people (-> in a club and during language exchange meetings)
5. Participated in language exchange meetings in Łódź and Wrocław
6. Joined a gym and attended courses for personal trainers and athletes
7. Signed up for piano lessons
8. Met dozens of new people
9. Started speaking Spanish and Italian during language exchange meetings
10. Forced myself to stop speaking Polish and start using only English during language exchange meetings
11. Accent Reduction Therapy - I decided to finally try and get rid of my accent (-> best investment ever; American accent)
12. Learned how to maintain eye contact with people
13. Stopped caring what other people think of me
14. Started using the 5 Second Rule
15. Became better at managing my time (12WeekYear program; It helped me with my perfectionism tendencies... kind of.)
16. Moved to a new apartment
17. Changed my style
18. Became much more straightforward
Things I still want to accomplish/improve/learn:
- Flamenco lessons
- Pole dancing classes
- Become a bikini and figure (?) competitor (bodybuilding competitions)
- Learn (>>improve) how to walk in high heels -> basics + dancing lessons for advanced students
- Invest in real estate
- Learn how to talk to women (+ stop overthinking every.single.thing I want to say)
- Try to come up with new business ideas
Did a print workshop - not easy for non arty person.
Moved to Minneapolis and sold my car.
06/01/2015 - taking ballet classes in the Netherlands.
Had an appointment today that was completly out of my comfort zone for several reasons...
It was scary, but fun
Algures no fim de semana de 28/6 a 30/6 (este fim de semana pareceu um longo dia no melhor dos sentidos) - Andar por entre as rochas da costa da Praia da Polvoeira
My Uni interview on the 26th!
Although this year's paintballing could count already...
27.Março.2013. Sabemos o que é.
Going to Vagina Monologues alone.
Not what I expected and very sad circumstances, but this week I have helped to organize and have attended the Moslem funeral & burial of Nargus Ara. It was certainly a 'life experience' & way out of anything I have done before. Hopefully we got it right & Nargus is smiling down at us.
Travelled to another country, spoke deutsch, had very little privacy and "alone moments" for a week, was away from my dog for the week (my friends babysitted her.)
Volunteered to speak in class... I was shaking hah.
did the CN Tower Edge walk on Aug 25, 2012
Did few complete crazy things today! I touched feet and stood on a ladder.
Work experience in Strasbourg for a week!
Nice one, looking for ideas.