ThinkKit's Alternative Prompt for December 9th
Anyone that knows me well can tell you that I hate surprises. So, instead of talking about something that I don't like, I'm going to talk about something that I do like- movies! This year, there were dozens of decent movies released. Here are my five favorites:
5. This Is The End
I went into this movie expecting to split my time . . .
ThinkKit's December 5th Prompt
This past July was perfect for camping. After several fantastic bonfires, my friends and I decided to go camping for an entire weekend in the middle of July. I ended up going down late to join them because I'd stayed in Indy to take everyone's money at one of Mike Kelly's poker nights on Friday, so I arrived just in time to join . . .
ThinkKit's December 4th Prompt
Today's ThinkKit exercise is about wise decisions that you've made this year, but most of my major decisions have been made recently and haven't been proven wise yet. So, I'm going to talk about an exercise that Dr. Todd Saxton recommended that helped drive many of the decisions that I've made over the past few months. He . . .
ThinkKit's December 3rd Prompt
It was 11:14pm on a Wednesday evening. I was walking down the Monon Trail back to my apartment after going to Trivia Night at Brother's Bar and Grill with several friends from the Reddit Group. I was feeling slightly disappointed because our 2 point lead at halftime had quickly been overcome when questions about baseball, hockey, and . . .
ThinkKit's December 2nd Prompt
ThinkKit's Prompt was to take a poll about something you've been curious about recently. I've always wondered what it'd be like to drop everything and move to another country, so I asked my friends where they'd move in such a situation.
TL;DR: People are more adventurous than I expected with their selections.
Here are the . . .
ThinkKit's December 1st Prompt
I know I'm two days late, but it's better late than never! Here is my year in photos (one for each month).
January: Yearly ski trip to Crested Butte over the New Year
February: DeveloperTown D&D Night
March: St. Patrick's Day Festivities with college friends
April: DeveloperTown Indianapolis Mini Marathon shirts
May: Family . . .
Why did I decide to do this again?
That's right. I spend hours every week writing posts in my head and scribbling thoughts in one of the dozens of tiny notebooks I have floating around my apartment/car/pockets. Why not write them down in a semi-coherent format and publish them on a blog? What could it hurt? Possibly my self-esteem in absolutely no one reads my posts, but I . . .