Monthly Archives: January 2015

The weekend is here!

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Happy Friday, my darling readers! How was your week? A four-day week always flies by, right? I am excited for a productive weekend ahead. I’m actually taking a writing class! I write every day for work, but this is my chance to write for me. I hope you have something wonderful planned. Here, to get… Read more »

My Trader Joe’s salad experiment

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Do you bring your lunch to work? I am the worst at doing this, but I’m trying to turn over a new leaf. Here’s my strategy: Trader Joe’s salads. Have you tried these before? I’m usually anti-pre-packaged salads, but these are actually good! Plus, there’s a big enough selection for me to vary it up and… Read more »

A conversation about curls

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Last Friday, I curled my hair before work in a burst of morning energy before the weekend. I walked into the office with curls that weren’t quite ringlets, but weren’t quite waves and everyone was asking how I did it. Here’s my trick: A wand! I’ve never been able to master a traditional curling iron…. Read more »

Saturday cartoons

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How was your long weekend? To start ours off, Matt and I woke up and watched Saturday morning cartoons. As silly as that sounds, it’s something we’ve been wanting to do ever since we heard about Spoons, Toons and Booze, offered by Nitehawk Cinema in Williamsburg.  When you think about it, as a kid, it… Read more »

Brunch Page: Prune

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For Christmas this year, I gave Matt the newest cookbook by Gabrielle Hamiton, the celebrated chef behind one of NYC’s hottest restaurants: Prune. All fall, he talked extensively about wanting to read it—or so I thought. He was actually hoping for a different book—a copy of Gabrielle’s 2012 memoir, called Blood, Bones & Butter. I’ll admit: I… Read more »