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Friday Confessions

We have a giant bag of last week’s donuts that are now slightly stale. Rather than throw them out, I am planning on making DONUT BREAD PUDDING. Because then I’m not being wasteful. #livetoserve   Any recipe ideas to get me … Continue reading

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Honest October.

I could not be happier for October to be ending. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good seasonal beverage as much as the next person, and I too have already taken multiple pictures of my feet atop dead foliage, … Continue reading

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When I’m alone.

So, I promise this isn’t as emotional as that title made you think. Seriously y’all, can’t have too many sappy posts in a row. Instead, this is a post to legitimately confess the deeply strange habits that one acquires when … Continue reading

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The Year of Saying No.

Last spring, in the midst of crying over magazine piles and having visitors for 8 weekends straight, I informed James that next year would my year of saying no. It wasn’t that any one individual thing was bad, or that … Continue reading

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What 30 Rock can teach us about love.

While our pre-marital counseling was superb, there are some things it didn’t teach us. It didn’t teach us that my tears would double if confronted with logic and cold hard facts; it didn’t explain the mathematical mystery that is the … Continue reading

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It’s not about the magazines.

Last week I cried about a stack of magazines. When we exchanged our about-to-expire frequent flyer miles for a year’s worth of magazines, I had no idea how much those glossy pages would weigh me down. It feels wasteful to … Continue reading

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Hip-Hop and Shake, or, Can you be a twerking feminist?

Last night I had a two and a half hour class on feminist literary criticism. We waxed poetic about if it is possible to have an écriture féminine (feminin writing); we debated the subalternity of the female voice; we bemoaned the state … Continue reading

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