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week in review: progress

Linking up with Meghan over at Clean Eats, Fast Feets, as an excuse for my rambling… This week, I: -only managed to read one book, Paula Poundstone’s The Totally Unscientific Study of the Search for Human Happinness. An interesting read, just wasn’t what I expected. But I liked it. -survived the first week of my… Continue reading week in review: progress

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I want second breakfast..or first, actually

With the resounding lack of time in my schedule (crazy long hours at work, 15 hours of classes + homework, an abject need for sleep), I’ve been trying to meal prep for the week on Sundays. No big deal for lunch, but making breakfast ahead of time is something new for me. I have to… Continue reading I want second breakfast..or first, actually

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week in review: I’m really not Scrooge, I promise

I’m linking up with Meghan over at Clean Eats, Fast Feets for a way to feel like I accomplished something this past week. I know it’s the holidays, but, um, I didn’t really do anything special for it. My dad is still in the hospital in New Orleans, and my parents didn’t want me and… Continue reading week in review: I’m really not Scrooge, I promise

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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*?