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week in review: random accomplishments

So, let’s see, what did I accomplish in the last week? -worked 30-35 hours at the day job -no writing sessions, but 6 blog posts -cleaned the entire freaking house on Friday (I’m so not a fan of cleaning) -took a midterm…and made an A! -got a few additions to my window garden planted: -saw… Continue reading week in review: random accomplishments

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changing my focus

I’ve been doing some thinking this past week. A little bit scary, I know, but it’s a good thing. Right now my life consists mainly of juggling school, work, and a few other random bits and pieces. That’s not good enough for me. Instead of floundering randomly, I want my life to have more focus.… Continue reading changing my focus

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food and fitness: someone who inspires me

So, my intention for Mondays was/is to blog about food (with a side of fitness). I frequently have good intentions. It’s just my follow-through is sometimes a bit lacking. Like, I didn’t blog at all Monday. Sigh. But that’s because I ended up being at the office for almost seven hours waiting for a delivery… Continue reading food and fitness: someone who inspires me

break up · cultural differences · relationships

what’s been on my mind: why are people jerks*?

*(That’s not actually the name I want to use, but I’m really trying to clean up my language.) But seriously, if you’ve been dating someone for almost a year, how do you suddenly decide that you’re too busy to respond to their texts or phone calls (forget actually seeing them), and when you do finally… Continue reading what’s been on my mind: why are people jerks*?