Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Do you want to know my secret?

I love to research. Ok not hot off the press news but all the same...I love to research.

Here is where the problem comes in. It ends there. I love to read up on subjects wholeheartedly with the plan to implement them into our lives. Nope. I am more excited about researching different unit studies to purchase than I am to actually purchase them. Don't get me wrong! I am like a kid in a candy store when Box Day arrives! I find the researching to be the climax though.

I do have some new books coming in the mail. Becoming Vegetarian and Becoming Vegan by Brenda Davis. Will I research the healthiest way to be a vegetarian and then move on? Or will I convert my family to vegetarianism. I have to learn to accept that about myself and just be happy that I have a tonne of useless knowledge stored up for future reference.

5 comments:

~Leslie said...

I must admit, that I do, too! I will read up on most anything that tickles my fancy or piques my interest!! I keep what helps/adds/makes life better for us, and leave the rest.

I believe it's all part of living and learning! ;D

Good luck with becoming vegetarian. We are (all but hubby--and me on holidays). I was raised that way. Glad to be able to come back to it.

TOSHeidi said...

Thanks for the comment you left on my blog! I'm a MAJOR researcher too. I think it's half the fun! I research my vacations forever before actually taking them. :)

Our Pace said...

Oh my... you sound just like me! BTW, I chose your blog for a blog award.
http://selfcreatingart.blogspot.com/2010/02/im-beautiful-blogger.html

Raebo said...

Loving research just means you love learning! That's why you're likely a good teacher, too! The best thing we can do is be worthy of imitation and don't we all want our kids to love learning and become life-long learners and researchers :)

Melanie said...

This is me! I do this constantly. I delve into research in a million different areas and then put none of it into practice. I am trying to be easier on myself about it. It's just who I am.