Category Archive: Rambling

Apr 16 2014

Random Thoughts on Homework, Oscar Pistorius, the Real Housewives and…

Why is it that whenever it’s time to sit down and do my homework for grad school, all of a sudden there are like a million other things I need to do first? Case in point: I’m writing this blog post instead of doing my homework. SO here’s why I believe that Oscar Pistorius is …

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Apr 14 2014

Why I’m Looking Forward to Turning 30

I turn 30 this month. And whenever I tell people, I get a sympathetic look, like they’re trying to tell me that it will all be okay, because apparently life goes downhill after 30? I guess I missed the memo, because I’m actually looking forward to it. Yes, seriously. I had a blast in my …

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Mar 24 2014

How do you make friends as an adult?

By pure coincidence, Eric and I had dinner on Friday with a friend (and her fiance) whom I’ve known for eight years, and then on Saturday night we had dinner with another friend of mine (and her husband)  whom I’ve known for seven years. I’ve known these friends for way longer than I’ve known Eric–and …

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Feb 24 2014

That time we got out-partied by old people…

It was my mom’s 50th birthday this past weekend and we rented a big ole party bus to take us wine tasting in Temecula, about 90 minutes from where we live. Our extended family is pretty much divided between the adults aka old people who are our parents, and then “the kids” aka all the …

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Feb 12 2014

Making it rain

This past weekend, I took part in my first taste of Life Inflation. You may remember, life inflation was on my list of goals for 2014. After suffering through our “broke-ness” the past 3.5 years of our marriage, I really wanted 2014 to be the year we get to enjoy the money we earn. SO …

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Dec 23 2013

No more believing in Santa. Really, America?

The first time I read about a family who was not allowing their children to believe in Santa, I disregarded it as an anomaly. However, a few weeks later, and I’ve now come across three different blog posts declaring why they won’t let their children believe in Santa Clause. Is this “a thing” now? And …

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