30th post in 30 days

Alright alright. So this is the last post of the 30 posts in 30 day challenge (finally). Unfortunately, it's going to be a little anticlimactic since I don't really have any cool insights for today. Just a run down of some stuff I did today and maybe a little review of the month.

I got to go to a little town in Shanghai today that resembled a Pike Place sort of situation - small little places to shop and eat along a few dense streets and a few bigger restaurants and stores spread throughout. 

I didn't really want to eat anything there. That's when I realized... I don't think I'm that big a fan of Chinese food (wait what). I think there are a few things I really like, that are Chinese (most of which would be considered very 'white' of me to like too), and almost everything else I'm not a big fan of.

On the other hand, when I thought about it I'm pretty much a fan of all American type foods except those which include seafood (I don't like that cooked in any way).

That's my review for the day.

Now as for this month... I think it was a good excercise to write the 30 posts in 30 days. I think there were more platitudes and worthless posts than I wanted to, but I think there were a good number of quality posts too. It definitely made me think a lot more about my days and what I was experiencing. And beyond that, it forced me to do my best to analyze and remember. Normally, I would do something, think of something, then let it slip by. But I think the act of trying to remember "important" things is good. 

What's an experience worth to you if you can't even remember it the next day? Not much. So I'm glad I was able to turn my experiences this month into life lessons more so than I usually would have. 

I probably won't keep up this pace... but hopefully I will blog more now than I used to. Or maybe it will just tail off (actually that is probably what will happen). But I'll do my best to avoid it. Peace out for a few days (probably).