The Books Take Flight

In a quaint bookstore off Bancroft, you’ll find the books in height.

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Virgin America Credit Card review

Last year I signed up for the Virgin America card because I needed a card that would give me a hefty amount of airline points for my Singapore trip. The Virgin America card gave me the 15,000pts upon sign-up + another 3,000pts for traveling with a partner airline. I hung onto the card and paid […]

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Spring Cleaning: The Great Purge Physically and Mentally

I followed through with my goal to let go of anything that no longer sparks joy in my life.  At first it was really difficult.  I mean I could not let go of anything.  Everything sparked some kind of memory or emotional tie to the article upon touch.  As I sat there, surrounded by the […]

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Review: Lululemon Men’s On The Mat Short

I recently ordered the ‘On the Mat Short’ from Lululemon.  First and foremost, I LOVE the men’s attire at Lululemon.  It’s so durable for people like me who just absolutely sweat and beat the heck out of their workout clothes.  A lot of the yoga clothes are too short/tight for me to wear in public […]

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on tidying up

Vincent bought this book sometime ago and it wasn’t until I was advised by Cory that I really thought I’d give this a good read.  I came home one day and saw Vin folding his socks a certain way and I figured if it could get my messy boyfriend to find joy in tidying, I […]

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Fruit on the Empty Stomach

A good start to your morning starts with a healthy breakfast.  My boss told me that if you have fruit first thing in the morning, on an empty stomach, your body will be best able to absorb the nutrients from the fruit to nourish and strengthen your immune system.  I’m giving this a go and […]

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Review: The Lyon’s Roar

I didn’t think I’d like this show but I’m finding myself falling in love with the character development. Well, I’m also finding myself falling in love with Jussie Smollett, but that’s a completely different story. I think that the show gives such a relatable perspective on coming out. Granted, I’m not in the music industry […]

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On death.

Recently, there was a death in my family. It wasn’t the first time; my grandpa had passed away last July and I would say that that was the first-death shock factor. I was stunned. I remember going to work and not being able to talk much to anyone and not being to stomach much. As […]

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Post-Musical Festival Exhaustion

I never really understood why people were always so tired after going to concerts and music festivals. It was mostly because I never went myself, so how would I ever know? But after going to Outside Lands for the first time, I understand how it feels now. I am literally beyond exhausted. We have gone […]

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