Running Tempo Playlist

03.10.2018

I've always loved to run. It helps me clear my mind, makes my body feel good, and that endorphin rush just can't be beat. However, since I typically run early in the morning and listen to murder podcasts I opt to use the elliptical at the gym in ...

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Spring Bucket List 2018

03.8.2018

Spring is nearly here! With warmer, longer days on the horizon I'm dreaming of all the outdoor, evening-time activities we can start doing again. And in a new city! I'm moving to Seattle in a week, which means this Spring will involve a lot of exploring new places ...

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Coffee Alternatives

03.2.2018

Little known Lucy fact: I'm allergic to coffee. I love the smell of coffee, and if I keep it to about 12 oz. once a week I'm fine. But much more than that, and my stomach just ties itself in knots! Don't get me wrong, though: I ...

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Oscar Predictions 2018

03.2.2018

While I haven't seen every movie nominated for an Oscar this year, 2017 was a great year for movies and I'm particularly excited about the famous (infamous?) awards show this year. I'm disappointed that movies like Dunkirk and The Darkest Hour are still getting attention, particularly compared ...

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Blogs I Love

02.22.2018

Food

A Cozy Kitchen

Featuring tasty recipes, a book club, and some pretty amazing cakes, I love Adrianna's artful food photography and decadent recipes. She's an LA lady with the cutest dang kitchen you've ever seen, and she puts it to good use!

Joy the Baker

Joy ...

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-23- 8 Things I Learned This Year

02.14.2018

Happy Valentine's Day! Today is my 23rd birthday, and to celebrate I wanted to reflect on what I had learned in the last year. As I wrote during my recent new years post, this last year has not been the most exciting year, and I'm honestly a little ...

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Japanuary 2018: Initial Observations

01.29.2018

We're currently in the air somewhere between Tokyo and LA, on our way back from a 3½ week stay in Japan. In a word the trip was amazing, but like most international travel there were a lot more nuanced ups and downs, interesting experiences, and fresh perspectives provided by ...

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