>It’s only recently that I’ve discovered a whole bunch of AA blogs. Many of them have been around for ages, but I’ve just found them.
Some were through Eurasian Sensation‘s various postings, and many through Asians Down Under (ADU). On the ADU site, there’s a dedicated area for AA blogs and updates. The tricky thing about this page is that it lists not only blogs that are overtly addressing AA material, but also blogs that just happen to be written by AAs. Good job by the maintainer of ADU, Yuey! I don’t know how they managed to track these down, but it’s fab to have them in one place for browsing and possible bookmarking.
On a tangent, prompted by one of the blogs I’ve found via ADU:
I’m fascinated by vegan AAs, mostly because most Asian folk I know are wildly omniverous and eschew (or openly scorn) any kind of restricted diet. On the heels of a Christmas feast where we very happily consumed fish, fowl, and hoofed beast, I found the writings and ratings for the vegan-friendliness of various eating places around town rather interesting. I dallied with the notion of vegan eating when I was temporarily on my gestational diabetes ‘diet’. I think my propensity to take things to extremes kicked in just because I had to monitor what I was eating and cutting down on portions/fats/sugars. I’ve kept a few good habits from those days, but I fell off the wagon immediately after having baby G.
I actually have a list of things I want to blog about. I’ve been adding to this list a lot. The problem is finding time to compose entries that I’m not ashamed to post. That said, I don’t want to keep a stagnant blog.
New Year’s Resolution #3: Make time to write more, and actually post it.
Bets on resolution longevity? Anyone…anyone…?
To the few faithful readers this blog does have:
Happy New Year for 2010! I hope to intrude on your reading time more often next year.