Monday 7 February 2011

Chuc mung nam moi

It's already February. I seem to be a bit slow on catching up with this whole 2011 business.

Around new year, there were a lot people talking about fresh starts, clean slates and hopes for the year. At the time I felt like I was too bogged down with stuff to think about the new year and dreams for the coming months. Then yesterday, as the cool breeze swooshed across Sydney and took the heat out of the sun, the weight I'd been feeling at the beginning of January lifted. Perhaps, it's my new year now. Perhaps I should just start going by the Chinese Lunar Calendar? I'm dead keen on Peking duck and spring rolls after all.

This morning I started my new exercise regimen, which I'm really excited about as I've given myself quite the challenge, but that's a whole other blog post, so stayed tuned. I also decided that I need to start seriously thinking about work. I have a bit more time on my hands and I want to get excited about something and stretch my mind a little. I still have Goosey at home full-time, but I'm sure I can squeeze in at least a day or two of work from home. 2011, the year of exciting challenges, me thinks.

So, let's get excited about 2011! Let's get it happening. Happy new year! Kung Hei Fat Choy! Chuc mung nam moi!


  1. Hey, Happy New New Year to you too!!

    Now I want to eat Chinese food. xo

  2. Good on you girlfriend, get stuck into it! x

  3. Love your positiveness! Go get em tiger xox

  4. I hear you, Corinne. There are still some things from 2010 I haven't finished off yet so I'm not completely in the 2011 *headspace* either. Time to get my skates on! Best of luck with the new exercise regimen. And I'll be interested to read about the 'work thing' - something I will have to tackle sometime soon as well. J x

  5. Two very exciting challenges, which just so happen to be a couple I am trying to focus on this year also. The work one will be a little tougher than the exercise one for me, I am thinking.
    Well done Corinne :o)
    I could SO go a spring roll right now ;o)

  6. Being in Hong Kong, it certainly doesn't feel like the year quite begins until Chinese New Year. And I kinda like that! It gives you a bit of time to settle into 2011 - see what its going to throw at you, get a plan together and start fresh somewhere in Feb. Working for me anyway! Hope yours is a good one and Kung Hei Fat Choi x


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