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Early Mornings

I dread getting up early, but when I finally manage to crawl out from underneath my warm covers; I’m usually so glad I did. Getting up an hour earlier allows me to: -make a healthy breakfast -pack a healthy lunch -see my nutritionist -watch my favorite morning show–The Today Show -prepare for the day -reflect Today and tomorrow will both be early days, but for good reasons. Today was the nutritionist. Tomorrow, my baby sister Carol leaves for D.C. How exciting!! I’m so  ...

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Home Goods Happy

This past Sunday was the GRAND OPENING of Home Goods on the Northshore. Hip Hip Hooray! My mom and I have been waiting forever for one to finally open in our area. And with me having a new apartment, what better way to spend all of my hard earned money (and my mom’s and my dad’s), right? The opening was scheduled for 8 am, Sunday morning. So naturally we got there early–as did the rest of Mandeville and Covington. (me super tired/excited at the grand opening) The line was  ...

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On My Radar

With it being a new month, I’ve decided to post what I’m currently loving–right this second. 1. The Nike+ Fuelband. This little piece of technology is the coolest thing ever. It keeps track of how many fuel point you get a day by assigning a value to each thing you do. Basically the more active you are, the more points a day you get! It’s the perfect motivator for me. I’m a visual person who needs a constant reminder to move. Josh has one too, so we can kind of  ...

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Joie de Vie

“Joy of living” also known as the auction my old high school puts on annually Β Between the auction items, yummy food, and beautiful decor–the joy of living was accomplished and the auction lived up to it’s name. I went once before and missed last year, so I was thrilled to get to this year (and that my mom bought my ticket). Each year there is a different theme and the money goes towards one specific thing the school is working on. This year the theme was “A  ...

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