Monthly Archives: January 2015

Wagonfalling

Each second half of December, we visit Atlanta. It is one of my most favorite times of year even though it’s full of chaos and I’m the kind of girl who doesn’t always take too well to chaos. No one ever sleeps, at least three people have sickness ranging from…

Frat Girl Walking And A Top Five — Or Twenty-Five.

I assumed that the reason all five of us are a little on the unsettled side was because of my new work situation; that three days a week I leave the house with the kids in the morning, and come home after they’ve returned home from school. 1.5-hour latchkey kids….

On Love and Loss Of The Red And Green Kind

This week was a particularly tough one to be a Target-loving Green Bay Packers fan.  Yes. Target came to Canada. Target is leaving Canada. Like Keyser Soze, basically. There were a lot of complaints about Target in Canada. People said there stock issues. Personally I never experienced this, perhaps the Target…

About 14.5, I’d Say, On The Emotional Scale

This is how I feel about change — let’s called it Exhibit A: I left my beloved 1-inch Sedu clipless curling iron at my parents’ house in Atlanta and decided to buy myself a new one, but this time opted for the 1.5-inch iron. My reasoning made complete sense in…

Carrots Are Not For Cubicles

Today I learned — the hard way — that carrots are not for the cubicle life. Crunch.  I lived a cube life just three short years ago, so you’d think I’d remember. Only of course I forgot everything about office life, mostly because I’d gotten used to sharing office space…

What I’m NOT Doing In 2015

When it comes to New Year’s Resolutions, last year I made only two: More sleep. Less Candy Crush. So, I feel mostly good about being 50% successful, I guess. I didn’t play Candy Crush once in 2014. Not one single time. I even stopped updating the app, thinking *that* would tempt…

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