Bucket List 2018: Or this year has GOT to be better than last

I wanted to pick some specific actions for my 2018 bucket list, but truthfully most of these fall under overall goals to center myself on how I can make an impact locally, focus back in on my own needs and health, and be more mindful and present in my daily life.

  • Read more books. I just finished The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, which was completely spell binding. Here’s what I’ve had on my shelves for faaaaar too long:
  • Focus on learning about food access issues in Indianapolis (and incorporate food access ideas and food rescue at the community garden).
  • Start a daily exercise routine. Here’s my obligatory “I just got a gym membership” mirror selfie from this morning:

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  • Attend Kheprw Institute community discussions.
  • Attend a Showing Up for Racial Justice white ally training.
  • Cut out alcohol.
  • Conversely, start going back to Indy Pub Knitters meetings again at least monthly. (In other words, save my drinking for special occasions with awesome people doing things I like).

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  • Focus back in on the community garden.

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Free Kindle Book on Amazon Today – Backyard Chickens for Beginners

Amazon is offering a free e-booklet on backyard chickens today. If you don’t have  a Kindle you can read it via the Kindle Cloud Reader.

Backyard Chickens for Beginners: Getting the Best Chickens, Choosing Coops, Feeding and Care, and Beating City Chicken Laws (36-page Booklet) by R. J. Ruppenthal

Backyard Chickens for Beginners: Getting the Best Chickens, Choosing Coops, Feeding and Care, and Beating City Chicken Laws (36-page Booklet)

Backyard Chickens for Beginners: Getting the Best Chickens, Choosing Coops, Feeding and Care, and Beating City Chicken Laws (36-page Booklet)