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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

February Is Going To Be My Month

In February 2011, I have decided to:
  • Lighten my hair
Don't shy away from trying something new. Take the plunge. You may be glad you did.
women have had the same hair color for years and years, without experimenting or trying something new for the simple reason that they are happy with their present look. If they try a new style, they are afraid that they will mess up something good. Realize that in the bargain you just may be missing out on a great style that could really look a whole lot better! And, you will never know! one day, when you are pushing 70 and can do nothing much with your hair, you will look back and wish you had been a little more adventurous.

  • Learn at least 4 new things :)
One of my 2011 resolutions, Try to learn a few new things..
''Get over the idea that only children should spend their time in study.  Be a student as long as you still have something to learn, and this will mean all your life.'' 
We often get so entrenched in our daily routines that we forget to learn on a daily basis. Family, work,or even social networking are all great ways to grow and enjoy life. They provide new experience and insight while offering endless opportunites for daily learning.
But learning is best when it’s gained through concerted effort:
 1- I started tweeting on
 2- I have learned to burn music to a CD
 3- The difference between vegetarian and vegan
4- I knew the meaning of Trichotillomania: which is classified as the compulsive urge to pull out one's own hair leading to noticeable hair loss, distress, and social or functional impairment. It is often chronic and difficult to treat.
  • Jumping Rope
When was the last time I jumped rope? Maybe when I was eight years old, it's time to update my notion of jumping rope. I think it's so much fun :))

"It's certainly good for the heart..It strengthens the upper and lower body and burns a lot of calories in a short time''

  • Become vegan for a week
Veganism is the practice of eliminating the use by human beings of any animal products.  An animal product is any material derived from animals, including meat, poultry, seafood, eggs, dairy products, honey, fur, leather, wool, and silk.

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