Unplugged

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Today marks a new year, which for many that usually means out with the old and in with the new.  For others it means doing things differently to get better results (ie., dieting, exercising).  While others, like me, venture out for new experiences (ie., hang gliding, rock climbing). Okay I don’t plan on riding the tails of the wind or grabbing rocks at a 90 degree angle but I do plan to change the way I use my time by going unplugged for the entire year.

When I say unplugged I am saying I am choosing to cut myself off from watching TV, playing video games, and participating in any social networking for the entire year, with the exception of this blog and managing my Facebook page under the same name.  My goal for this year is to be more productive and expend my energy towards accomplishments like organizing my house a little better or finally writing that book I always wanted to write.

I will be chronicling where life takes me unplugged so please check in here often. Maybe I’ll learn a different language or get re-connected with some old friends.  Maybe I’ll just simply have the most organized house on the block.  Who knows where this unplugged life will take me. Whatever happens I know I’m open to the many changes that come my way.  Wish me luck!

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