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week in review: what’s really been going on

Fair warning:  this week is finals week, and I’ve started working on my application for grad school. I may be crazy right now. (Ha.  May be….) Linking up with Meghan over at Clean Eats Fast Feets for some Monday motivation, in list form. This week, I: Worked 38 or so hours on the day job.… Continue reading week in review: what’s really been going on

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making paper

…or “paper,” as Baby Brother says. (Trust me, you can just about see the air quotes when he says it. I don’t know why he even bothers to react to anything I do. He’s never going to understand me.) Anyway. So, as a former environmental biology major, you’d assume that recycling was pretty important to… Continue reading making paper

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simplifying is harder than it looks

One of my resolutions/goals for the year is “Continue to simplify.” I love to read books and blogs about people living in tiny houses and apartments, on getting rid of the extraneous things in your life, about de-cluttering….it all sounds so fresh and exciting. In practice, it’s really…hard. I have a confession to make:  I… Continue reading simplifying is harder than it looks

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week in review: the busy bee edition

I’m linking up with Meghan over at Clean Eats, Fast Feets so I feel like I’ve accomplished something this week, instead of feeling like I’ve been herding cats… So, in the past week: I’ve worked 40 hours at the day job (in 3 days). Put in at least 20 hours of homework time (WHY am… Continue reading week in review: the busy bee edition

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adulting

  Being an adult is hard sometimes. Wouldn’t it be so much easier if someone else was responsible for cooking, cleaning, and making decisions? I think so. I’d happily give up the whole cooking/cleaning thing in a heartbeat. Then maybe I could focus more on decision-making…and perhaps I’d be less inclined to grab fast food… Continue reading adulting