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Lent 2010

The beginning of the  year provides many opportunities to start anew for me: new years day, start of school,  my birthday, first day of February, Chinese new years and now lent. Once lent rolls around, I can finally get serious after having a few practice rounds on keeping resolutions. Lent is also a little over 6 weeks which is much more mentally manageable than a year. When I learned over 10 years ago going to Catholic school that Lent is not just about giving up something but also adding something to your life I took that to heart. Since giving up something never works I dedicate from now until Easter, April 4th, I will blog every day. Note it is also accepted for Sundays to be rest days but I hopefully will disregard the break. This is to prove to myself that I do have something worth saying every day. It will be a mini version of all the 365 projects I’ve ever thought up. It will be the start of taking Gretchen Rubin’s advice to Do Something EVERY DAY. I love tracking my progress and documenting my days so what better way to do it than blog.

Today was filled with self doubt and worry but as always I must have faith in the future I cannot see. After looking up potential internships, motivation kicked in to continue my work by viewing it as building my portfolio. A good talk with Melanie over fruit tarts also helped <3

glassknob - February 17, 2010 - 7:29 pm

<3

Ps. I think we should make fruit tarts when the strawberry season comes around. And lumpia, as you mentioned in the prev. post :)

Rachel - February 17, 2010 - 7:34 pm

Ohhh yes, I shall put it on the To Do List I haven’t made lumpia in forever! & we need to break in my family’s deep fryer.

Glenn Langton - February 18, 2010 - 1:20 am

Neat idea for Lent… w00t!

Rachel - February 18, 2010 - 7:59 am

thanks glenn! what are you giving up/adding for lent? :D

Dad - February 18, 2010 - 6:24 pm

How is this tart compared to Maria’s? I’ve noticed this one has tangerine. YUMMMEEE!

Rachel - February 18, 2010 - 10:08 pm

The crust is more solid than Maria’s. Not flaky. (Though I love a flaky crust too!) It was delish :) Custard light and nice mix of fruits!

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