As is customary with New Year's Eve, I made a pledge to diet this year. I chose this year to limit my Julia Allison intake. I have a firm belief that one's mind has only a finite space of room, and, therefore, one must choose wisely with respect to the information they let in, or rather put in, lest their mind get bloated and keep out more meaningful data (like Emily Brill's latest blog entry).
In so many ways, I believed that the start of my "Julia Allison Diet" would find me a more leveled, sagacious individual. As I had my first downfall (applying makeup for dinner) last night, I realized that this diet was going to be a lot harder than I anticipated.
My Julia Allison Diet:
Although it will be difficult, I hope that I will come out of my Julia Allison diet with new insight on what is truly important to me in life.
In other news, looks like there are others that need to start on my JA diet. A screenshot of NonSociety: (DOH! I just went against diet rule: "no clicking on site.")
Wednesday, June 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.