Monthly Archives: August 2011

Adults say the darnest things: Top 5 eavesdrops of the summer

In college I was a sociology major and a psychology minor. In a nutshell I am completely fascinated by the absurdity of the human race.  Sometimes this innocent curiosity leads me to engage in questionable habits that some may describe … Continue reading

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Think Different.

In every aspect of his life, Steve Jobs proved that thoughts can hold power over illness and that imagination transforms fairy tales into realities. Here’s to his Apple legacy. “Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. … Continue reading

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Make Tea Not War – well, for women at least . . .

The temperature is starting to drop, soon the leaves will follow and we will be ushered into the best season of the year.  That’s right – it’s leather boots and tea season served with an apple crisp on the side. … Continue reading

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Check and balances: Michele Bachmann meet Greenpeace

Not to sound too dour, but let’s face it – things aren’t looking good. Throughout my Chicagoan childhood, I’ve experienced some rather intense Midwestern storms, yet this summer’s anomalies of basement floods and hiding from tornadoes in restaurant storage space … Continue reading

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“Unicorns are REAL. They’re just fat and grey and we call them Rhinos”   Life’s more fun when you approach it like this.

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manic mondays or magic mondays

In case you need to be redirected into a happier week . . .

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Naive Maturity

Bansky is one of my favorite artists – I love his simple but profound way of mysteriously communicating to the world through street art. Turning the ordinary into something extraordinary.  While some of his work speaks for itself, some if … Continue reading

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Aug 1, 2011

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