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I only have four days left in my month of eating vegetarian. It surprisingly has not been that difficult and I surprisingly have been craving more and more veggies as time is going on. Don't get me wrong, I am looking forward to eating meat on Tuesday and already have lunch plans with Meredith to celebrate. And, well, full disclosure I am eating a piece of mushroom spinach pizza right now...

1. July 5th I woke up in New York. We packed our bags and checked out of the hotel and stopped at a McDonald's for a bite. I wasn't totally hungry so I just got some fries and since I am not drinking soda I tried one of their new smoothies which wasn't too bad. We left for the airport and I got there way too early so I read four days worth of twitter from my phone to catch up. I considered getting on an earlier flight but didn't want to spend $50 so I waited it out....

Goal number 87 on my incomplete list of 1,000 things to do in my life: EAT VEGETARIAN FOR A MONTH I chose this as a goal for a variety of reasons. Mostly for my health and to force myself to make different food choices and to explore different foods and recipes. I mean, any time I eat a really good vegetarian meal I don't miss the meat, but I will usually tend towards getting meaty meals anyways. So I decided to go ahead and try for a month of veggie eating. I am using the term "month" a little loosely here,...

I don't know about you, but when I think of going to the dentist I think of something like this: So think of a ridiculously long time to have not gone to a dentist and then add five to ten years and you might come up with the number of year's it's been since I had been. My parents never made me go when I was younger and so I never got into the habit of going and then I was afraid of going and then I was embarrassed of going and it all accumulated into a whole mess of an...

So I've decided to go this year without a 100 list of things to do this year. For the last two years I carefully crafted a list of things I wanted to do during the upcoming 12 months and tried desperately to accomplish them. This year I've decided to try and go without the list for a couple of reasons: 1. The fact that at the end of the year my list of more than half incomplete forces me to focus on my failures instead of my successes. 2. I'm hoping that I don't really need it. I started the list as a...