Here are the top 10 best/favorite blog posts I wrote in 2013:
The Eating Phase of the Marathon Training – posted on August 27th.
I really give no bothers of how much and the insane portion sizes I eat now.
Milford Sound & the South Island of New Zealand – posted on April 12th.
The absolute most breathtaking day trip of my life.
My First Drinking Experience – posted on August 17th.
”Things were moving, and so was I.”
The Flame Babies of Broomball – posted April 16th.
Miss my old style blog posts? This new video of mine really encompass how my blog was many years ago. I love this story & I hope you’ll laugh along with me.
Hiking in the Grand Canyon on the Bright Angel Trail – posted on November 11th.
Ever since a little kid, I always wanted to see the Grand Canyon. After seeing pictures and videos, Matt & I made sure we visited one of the most breathtaking places in the US. Come join us for a hike on the Bright Angel Trail. Just watch out of rattlesnakes!
Asian Glow Pepcid AC Challenge – posted on July 1st.
For those of you who don’t know, the Asian glow is when someone who drinks alcohol turns red. It’s concentrated in Asians, but it’s definitely not limited. It’s because we’re missing an enzyme to digest alcohol. It doesn’t mean we can’t drink, it just means we turn red. Some have it have it worse than others. But no matter what, a little bit of alcohol and we’re all flushed up.
Do More – posted on January 1st.
If you’re like me, then you’re probably hung over. So instead of sparing you to read more words, here’s a video for the new year.
See You in November – posted on May 29th.
10K Words in 10 Pictures – posted on August 13th.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. If that is the case, here are 10 pictures of mine that I love and would like to share with you.
The Quad that United Us – posted on May 20th.
They made dorm parties look cool and house parties pathetic. Everyone wanted to check out & be part of the Quad. From the living room lounge couches with the projector, to the space station living quarters, the brain station of desks and the glowing bar. The Quad was the epitome of what people dreamed dorm rooms to be; and the best part, it was real. It could be argued that the room brought everyone together; whether it was the parties, the gaming or the blaring techno music. But the underlying truth was that the four brought us all together. People of all different backgrounds, majors, personalities and lifestyles uniting under one room. The Quad united us.