The first day of the last month of what’s arguably been the craziest year of my life since 1998. My goal was to chronicle my move to my dream city, but I didn’t take into account that building a life takes away time from blogging.
In my last post, I alluded to big changes on both a personal and professional level. Well, I suppose I can elaborate on those a bit more.
Professionally, things are heating up with producing TYPO San Francisco Connect, slated for April. This is why I traveled to London and it’s an exciting baton to carry. But, as you can imagine, a lot of work. Registration did open today though, so if you have an interest in design and can make it, I suggest you do. It’s gonna be awesome.
Personally, although I am probably jinxing myself by posting it, but I sort of seem to currently have one of those b-b-b-boyfriend people. Maybe when I’m sure I’m *not* jinxing it I’ll say more. (Yes, I’m cynical, oh man, if you knew all the things I have NOT posted here – oy vey). But right now things are pretty great and I’m having fun going to new places in SF with a reliable +1. That said, one of my goals for the month is to get back in touch with my individuality too, so making time for running, yoga, and reading is high on my priority list this holiday season.
Despite my new, busier schedule, here are some things I’m really excited about in the first half of the month:
- Group Listening Alone to Oakland Art Murmur
- Buena Vista Park workday this Saturday
- Checking out the Bazaar Bizarre
- Volunteering at and attending the Bike Coalition’s Winterfest event
- Rocking out to local punk bands at Thee Parkside Sunday night
- Another Divisadero Art Walk
- SKIING (or looking at snowless slopes) in Squaw Valley with the aforementioned fella