Kelly the Culinarian: Welcome to 2018!

Sunday, January 7, 2018

Welcome to 2018!

I spent a large portion of 2017 focusing on my career, hence the abbreviated blog schedule. And, it worked. My life has evolved quite a bit in the past year, so now that I'm back in the mix, here are a few things you can look forward to for continuing to tune in here in spite of my lackluster time management. Here's what's new with me and my crew and what you can expect in the coming weeks:

Travel. My new role with my company includes visiting our offices and partners around the world to collaborate on business goals. So far, I've been to London, Tokyo and Washington, D.C. This is in addition to a cruise and visiting my family in Texas, so I'm racking up the miles and learning so. much. about the world of travel.
At a temple in Tokyo
Food. We went to Alinea for my birthday and continue to find all kinds of gems. Don't worry, I'll give you all the deets.
The famous edible balloon
Tips & hacks. After all this travel, by myself and with our family, I've figured out a few hacks to make my life a little easier.

Electric car stuff. That's right, I finally pulled the trigger and joined the revolution. I am a proud member of the electric car subculture. More on this lil fella and how he came to be parked in my garage later on.

Fun fitness. After last year's chaos, I decided against signing up for another Ironman this year. Back to back years was too much for me, and I wanted to continue to work on other parts of my life for a while. I'm still doing perennial favorite Circular Logic Marathon in April, but the rest of the year will be dedicated to trying out a few fitness fads to see what actually works and what is overrated.

I have a list a mile long of content I've been contemplating, and now I just need to get to it. What would you like to see from me in 2018?

1 comment:

Maggie W said...

Looks like a great year! Also what new fitness fads are you trying? PLEASE SAY PRANCERCISING. LOL, just kidding. If you wind up interested in going to a ninja gym, and are willing to come to Chicago, let me know!