Summer Bucket List 2018

06.1.2018

Summer is here! Summer is here! I know this summer's bucket list features a few repeats from last year's, but after a busy spring I'm ready for some lazy days. Summer is my season! I love being outside all day, soaking in the sun, eating fresh produce, and enjoying the …

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RFID (mis)Adventure

05.22.2018

Our office recently relocated to a WeWork, which has an RFID card for getting onto the floor before business hours and for getting into our company's suite there. Unfortunately I already have an RFID card (my Orca card) attached to my phone, so keeping the WeWork card there was a …

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My Super Boring Bucket List

04.4.2018

I read an article today about Bucket Lists that included a comments section, and was surprised by two patterns in people's bucket lists:

  • The Northern Lights seemed to be the most frequent single item. I have no idea what would compel anyone to stand in freezing weather in the middle …
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Spring 10x10 2018

03.30.2018

For the first time ever, I'm participating in the 10 x 10 challenge, hosted by Lee of Style Bee and Caroline of Unfancy. For those who don't know, Lee and Caroline are bloggers in the responsible + ethical fashion space who have been a huge influence on my closet and shopping …

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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, new experiences …

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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 glad it's …

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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 being …

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