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No Gig? No Problem!

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Since I donít have a gig for the early part of this year (except the one that Iím in now), I now have time to focus on other things. My main focuses will be both my career, my fitness and miscellaneous fun!

Get new running shoes
Try Zumba
Try Yoga
Go on another hike
Check out the new gym in my neighborhood
Take dancing lessons?

emoticon Career:
New Headshots
Musical Theatre Class in March

emoticon Miscellaneous Fun:
Disneyland (Duh)
Dinner dates with friends and my mother
Shopping for new work clothes

These things will definitely keep me active and busy! I feel a lot more positive about things and look forward to accomplishing everything on my list. Here's to a great next few months!

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    That all sounds fantastic! I really love your attitude. Have fun seeing all the movies and musicals and going to Disneyland, and have fun Zumba-ing! Shockingly, I am rather a fan of Zumba. :) I love dancing in general - it's the one physical activity I grew up doing, as I'm not particularly sporty - so I totally encourage you to go for that dancing class. Whatever kind of dance, I'm sure it'll be a blast! I haven't met a style I didn't like doing except for pointe, and that's only because those shoes hurt like a beast and my feet are completely wrong for anyways, go for the dance lessons! :)
    1375 days ago
    Well what abt MEEEEEE!? Im not in there as a main focus?! lol Sounds like a good plan, hun. Im so glad ur not focusing on the facts that u didnt get these gives u so much time for other passions :) Keep on smilin, sweetheart!
    Love you
    PS Zumba IS fun! I have the dvds but not much room to use
    1376 days ago
    Zumba is da bomb
    Love Love LOVE it!
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    1376 days ago
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