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Thursday, December 23, 2010

New Years!!!

I love and celebrate Christmas (it's awesome!!!) but Isobel already wrote about that (look under this post) so I'm going to take on.... NEW YEARS!!!

In the words of The Simpsons, New Years is the day of paying for decisions you will forever regret. Whether this means paying $1000 for a cleaning crew to come take care of your living room after last night's party, or making a New Year's Resolution to metaphorically clean up the mess you've made on this planet, you just have to do SOMETHING. What I suggest:

  • Hunt down the evil El Grincho (the real grinch,)
  • Write a cookbook (the recipes I've created so far are for Mustard, Cookies, and French Toast.)
  • Solarize your home (wind power works too,)
  • Make all the kids in your semi-large city happy with faux snow (Californians, COME ON!!!
  • Travel to all 7 continents (Antarctica is very possible! Boats travel out all the time:)
  • Meet Snooki and ask her how on earth she gets her hair to poof like that
  • Meet Oprah and praise her leadership academy
  • Don't question the power of Oprah (she may have flaws, but did you build a school in Africa? Didn't think so.)
  • Come up with a plan to improve your money system. (waiting. waiting. Sometimes this year, please! Oh, fine. I'll do it for you: Ahem. Step 1. Switch to debit cards. Step 2. stop buying ipods/dvds, and invest in a netflix account. Step 3. Pay off your debt. Step 4. Er, refer to Suze Orman for further info.
  • Open a free, high-quality leadership academy in Tijuana. (but still don't gloat about Oprah:))
  • Go to the San Francisco Cheese Academy, featured in O magazine. Yep, that's right. Or, if you're lactose-intolerant or whatever, visit anyways. The population is under 1 million, but I have a theory that if you included tourists in that number, on certain days it would reach 1 million.
  • Join a chinchilla rescue. They're so cute and fluffy, but often abused:( Why not help a cute little creature?
Have a great New Year!!!


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