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Stuff I Learned from My First Trip to Arizona

I don’t really like Phoenix, but it does have some good restaurants. If you’ve never been to Phoenix, allow me to paint you a picture of it: Imagine a long, straight, flat road lined with shopping centers (and the occasional … Continue reading

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Vegas Vacations, Past and Present

In 2010, I went to Las Vegas with some lady friends for a Spring Break of sorts. Almost exactly three years later—last Thursday through yesterday—I visited again with Paul. Despite going for the same amount of time, and around the … Continue reading

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I want a European adventure

I had a dream last night that I moved to Ireland (where I met and dated a handsome Irish man with a handsome Irish accent). This isn’t totally coincidental – my good friend Rebecca flew to France last night, where … Continue reading

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California calories

I have returned from the West Coast. I don’t want to write the race recap until I have some race pictures to post, which means I need to keep you all in suspense until I hear from the woman I … Continue reading

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The Princess and the PR

I’m sitting at the Charlotte airport, waiting on a delayed flight. It was supposed to leave here at 8:15. It is 10:26, and I’m still grounded. Aside from this, the long weekend was a huge success. I arrived in Orlando … Continue reading

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Warm weekend

Headed to Orlando for the long weekend. Probably will not be posting, unless my hotel has wireless internet and I have run out of better things to do. (Unlikely.) I have not been to Disney since I was 9, so … Continue reading

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Giddy for guide books

Around this time last year, a study came out that said having a vacation on the horizon boosts your happiness significantly during the eight weeks leading up to it. This rang true for me. I had just booked a flight … Continue reading

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