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The year that was

This blog has been the avenue for my thoughts but lately I haven't been blogging as much as I used to. This is the constant thing all this time, I have been blogging about the previous year and my resolutions for the next year.

Last year, I wanted change and movement for 2012. I think I got that one covered.  I have traveled to four countries (Hongkong, Singapore, India and Australia) and totally uprooted our bearings and moved to Australia for work. Talk about mastering oneself and getting resolutions resolved for once.

2011 was about career change, 2012 was about geographical change and 2013 should be about personal change.

I have been wanting to reinvent myself once more but I think I don't have the resolution pegged strongly as I would want. But this coming year, it will be about self improvement both physically, mentally and spiritually. 

Ok, I should get a list of to dos. This may be outdated but I do believe in making a list. It makes me stay focused I guess.

1. Get enough exercise. Enuf said.. phew!
2. Read more. Having a kindle really helps!
3. Learn a new programming skill (this is a must!)
4. Save more.
5. Master the art of deadma - don't be affected by negative vibes


Well that's a shorter list. But I do hope 2013 brings a lot of prosperity, love and success to everyone. My God, this I really love.. more good glorious FOOD!

Cheerios!



Comments

Dahon said…
Good list Anto! you'll manifest it! I'm so sure of it! :) Happy New Year!
Anto said…
Happy new year my friend! Muah!
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However, we're loving the recent price drop, meaning we're happy to boost the score on a tablet that brings rich power on top of the latest version of Android for under £450.
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4.Everything we'd look for in a high-end tablet is present and accounted for with the Transformer Pad Infinity.
While power is always welcomed, it was the improved screen that really caught our attention. Given that we use our tablet mostly for browsing the web and watching video, we couldn't help but marvel at the resolution, either.
If you're looking for a top Android tablet (and have the cash to splash), then the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity should be at the top of your list.
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5. The Galaxy Note 8.0 is a good device. There are better out there for the money, and with an arguably better design as well.

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6.The Google Nexus 10 is easily one of the best Android tablets on the market. For the price you're paying, you won't be disappointed.
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7.With a super slim chassis, impressive screen and whole glut of Sony extras on board, the Xperia Tablet Z is one of the finest pieces of kit we've seen in 2013.
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8.We really like the new Nexus 7. We really, really like the Nexus 7.
If you're looking for a 7-inch tablet, we'll put it like this: there is no better alternative on the market, right now.
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