January 2nd must be the busiest days for gyms and dating sites
Just came back from the doc’s. Was hoping he’d greenlight me to go back to the gym but no go: he said I’d have to wait until the end of February.
Gotta think of some way to do it, though. Not sure how as he was adamant that I’d get re-injured again because my leg is so weak.
I’ll think of something.
Noticed two things recently:
- On January 2nd, had the most readers I’ve had since I left LJ. I checked it out and this entry – Online dating: eHarmony vs. Match vs. Plenty of Fish vs. OK Cupid – had four times the normal readers. As an aside, it’s actually the first natural search result if you type in: “eharmony vs match.”
- My fencing class is packed.
Here’s what I think is going on: People are making New Year’s resolutions. I think that’s great.
Just hope that people stick with the things they’ve decided to do. There’s a saying that goes, You’ll regret the things that you’ve not done, more than the things you’ve done.
It’s somewhat tied in with what I wrote above.
Regret that I’ll lose six months to be better at something I enjoy. Can’t tell you how many people I’ve met in life that tell me: “If only I stuck with wrasslin/writing/boxing – I’d have X years of experience by now.”
Think that all the time myself.
Speaking of writing, dropped the price of my ebook down to $0.99 again because I wanted to do some marketing stuff with it but I’ve been too busy to do it and I’ve let it languish for a bit.
Dunno if you’ve noticed but I almost never curse in this blog (or real life) for that matter.
But I’ve been told by a few people that they’ve had a hard time reading my book because it’s so profanity-laden.
Find that more amusing than I should.
Pick it up if you’re interested in a fast read about New York City’s Chinatown in the 90s. (/shameless plug)
Music: how I struggled in vain, to solve this riddle with my brain
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