So you want to know how to have a life that’s worth blogging about. It’s as easy as 1-2-3. No seriously. It is.
Step 1: Get a life
Now is the time to start doing stuff. What stuff you do is up to you. It can be crafting, surfing, running, hiking, shopping, cooking [or your attempts to cook], dressing up in a mascot costume and traipsing around the city? I’m not here to judge. Whatever floats your boat.
Step 2: Start a blog
This is pretty self-explanatory. Apparently more self-explanatory than getting a life. Weird how that is isn’t?
Step 3: Write about the stuff you’re doing
Okay, so here’s a little math: Step 1 + Step 2 = Step 3.
Prefer word problems? So remember all that stuff you did in step 1? Now take all the memories of those things and write about it in the blog you started in step 2. Then hit publish, and lean back with a smug productive smile on your face. Wham, bam thank you ma’am, you’re done!
And that, my friends, is how you have a bloggable life.
Sometimes its a miracle anything gets done.
I usually call those days “Saturdays.”
[via cake wrecks]
Happy Fourth of July folks!
I had this same reaction…
Though surprisingly, I did really well in English.
and if I were independently this creative, I would have really been tempted to do this:
from Erik [on Facebook of all places!] via wired.com
Obviously, as I don’t live in a small town [and once lived in a big city...in San Francisco of all places! Egads!], am a minority and watches the Daily Show with Jon Stewart, that these factoids preclude me [and many, many others] from being considered as a “real American.” So, pertinent question for the populace: If I’m a “fake American” does that mean I don’t have to pay taxes anymore?
Man, I am loving this election race.
Thanks Ajay. You made it possible for me to coast through tenth grade math.
lindsey: i really wanted to say “hey, i like UCLA’s number 24. not you, USC 24″
talda: haha. they both start with u and end in 24…he would have still thought you were talking about him
lindsey: he was so slow-witted
lindsey: link – I removed the link cuz I felt bad…I know. I’M COMPASSIONATE!
talda: i’m sending you a picture of my reaction
talda: you need to warn me when you do stuff like that.
talda: a simple, “hey, hope you didn’t eat yet” or even, “this is totally not safe for work!”
lindsey: oh sorry
lindsey: no wait
lindsey: it’s NSFL
lindsey: NOT SAFE FOR LIFE.
Anthony: Wow, you actually answered your phone
talda: Of course. Now, look at your clock and subtract 3.
Anthony: Don’t tell me you’re still at work! But it’s late.
talda: Of course I’m still at work! It’s only 4:20 here.
Anthony: You’re always working when I call.
talda: Didn’t they teach you how to count at Michigan State?