THE "M" LIST: FEBRAURY

{ via my instagram & planner via ban.do }
So I had intended this "M" list to reflect on things to do/look forward to in January 2016, however, resolutions don't happen overnight, right? Here's what I'm hoping to accomplish this month, let's see how it goes!

1. Send my Valentine's ON TIME!

In fact, let's make that AHEAD of time. In this world of instagram, insta-text, insta-email, insta everything so quickly and so swiftly, the magic of the message is getting lost! That's why I absolutely adore snail mail, yet I'll admit they are far and few between. And for the few friends I have who still send cards and letters (including mom) Thank You! I will try to send my annual valentine, on time this year!!!!

2. Try new classes on ClassPass. 

I've been using ClassPass for about 5 months now and have fallen into a steady routine of frequenting the same handful of studios that I've come to love the most. While it's getting me to work out more, there are so many other places I have access to and haven't taken advantage of yet. My plan is to enlist some friends to get me out of my comfort zone! 

3. Make ramen at home. Well, at least attempt to make ramen at home. 

If you didn't already know, I am absolutely obsessed with ramen. I'm generally obsessed with most soups, particularly pho, matzo ball, tsukemen, udon, tomato, tortilla, but especially ramen! I am always craving it and have a it least 3-4 times a month. It's about time I least try and make it myself, and if all else fails, I still can go to my favorite Tsjuita nearby. 

4. Watch several more Oscar contender films. But only the ones I am actually interested in. 

So far I have seen Spotlight, and it was amazing. It's two hours long and when the ending credits started I stared blankly at the screen, sad there was no more! It's an amazing film and I highly recommend you see it. Other films I am hoping to see that are also likely to be nominated are The Martian, Concussion, Brooklyn, Joy, The Stanford Prison Experiment and Steve Jobs

5. Start planning a charity event for 2016. 

Last year I planned and hosted my very first philanthropic event and it was an amazing experience. It was stressful and challenging but I learned so much and it was all so worth it in the end. This year I am hoping to include more friends in helping and hopefully raise more money for a great cause. As I have said before, giving back is important and rewarding, an opportunity I encourage every young person to take early on! 

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