This week on Totes Awesome Channel, we are vlogging about how we would spend our time if we didn’t have to work or worry about money.
I finished this book in a day. I’ve been meaning to read Chris Guillebeau’s Art of Non-Conformity since I found his blog a couple of years ago. I was reminded of his book ever since I signed up for his conference, World Domination Summit.
There’s a lot of great goal setting and travel tips in the book. Quite a motivating read even if you’re not interested in abandoning your nine to five job!
I told you last week that starting a photo album on Facebook titled, “Bob with Things on His Head” has me motivated to find all the things to put on Bob’s head. Here’s one of the additions I’ve uploaded to the album since then.
I think he rocks my headband better than I do.
This is my current favorite photo of Bob. Taken by Alan’s mom over Christmas.
I know I’m biased but that head tilt kills me!
I was curious how much money I saved using the library in 2012. I read 50 books and borrowed 30 of the 50 from the library. I looked up the books on Amazon, picked the cheapest price listed and added them up. (Because coming up with seven quick takes can be difficult some weeks.) I saved a total of $304.16 excluding tax. Not bad! That can be the cost of a domestic flight!
I’m heading to Houston to go to my friend’s 30th birthday party, hang out with Kim who also has the same birthday, and celebrate Asian New Year with my parents! Alan will be in Dallas so I’m taking Bob with me. Dad loves him from the one day he spent with him and mom is super terrified of all dogs. This should be fun!
This week’s moments of bliss: ♥ baked two pumpkin pies and proceeded to eat them for days ♥ conversations with dad ♥ drinking my favorite milkshake ♥ eating my favorite burger ♥ have a good loot of books from the library ♥ 6 of 8 nights of lodging booked for our Paris trip! ♥ dinner with Alan’s family ♥ phone date with Davey ♥ sis emailing me photos of her adorable puppy ♥ made the third vegetarian dinner (baked mushroom “risotto”) of the year and it was pretty awesome ♥ emails with Ashley