My old camera broke (no fault of mine) but it was no longer under warranty (missed it by a week). I need to find a camera that takes the clearest pictures I can get for a $100-200 range. I’m not looking for anything too fancy because I’m not planning on doing anything too fancy with it. I plan on asking friends (especially the ones with quality pictures on facebook) what camera they have and how they like it.
superunknown16's Life List
1. improve my gpa
2. identify 100 things that make me happy.
3. find my passion
4. learn to play the accordion
5. become fluent in spanish
6. practice the bassoon more!
7. have better posture
8. learn to embroider
9. swing dance
10. become a Wikipedia contributor
11. articulate my thoughts more clearly
12. Document one day in pictures
13. be the change i wish to see in the world
14. Learn ASL
15. write sentimental notes to the people who mean the most to me
16. get better at DDR
17. write a song
18. learn to cook
19. buy a camera
How I did it: After years of dealing with acne, I finally went to a dermatologist. I'd always gotten it on an off, so I never thought it was all that much of a problem. Until I started getting it on my cheeks and it started scarring. I got 2 topical treatments from the dermatologist, and it helped a lot. After like a month and a half, most of it was gone. There will always be the scarring though. It's mild enough i can cover it up with makeup if … Read how I did it…
I got the Organic Chemistry book I’m using next year so I can get a head start :)
I really need to learn this summer. I’m living in an appartment at my college in the fall and I need to know how to feed myself.
I can make a few dishes: a variety of things made with pasta, a lot of Mexican food, some skills with baking.
Along with being able to cook food, I need to make choices in grocery shopping that are affordable and easy enough for me to hande with whatever I can learn this summer. I know I’d like to be able to move away from buying premade meals like most college students who live in appartments and buy more actual ingredients and actually cook. I’m planning on buying some ingredients at a local farmers’ market in the fall. I know it’s a lot better for the environment and better for me as well, but I’m not limiting myself to locally grown or organic foods. Just trying to get some in.
I’m not looking to be a gourmet chef, just a good enough cook to make my own meals instead of buying the ones you heat up as a whole or buy premade. One skill I need to know is how to cook meat. I have very little experience with meat unless it’s ground beef or strips of chicken. It doesn’t look that hard to do, but it does look like I’d need to get familiar with it and know how to flavor it and make it more than a piece of chicken, for example.
Next time I’m at the library or B&N I’m going to look up cook books for college students if I remember.