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Holiday Wish List :: Veronica Bartell

Veronica Bartell is one of my favorite people on the planet. True story. She’s intelligent, beautiful and kind hearted. Basically, she’s the kind of person that you never let go of once they find their way into your life. Friendships … Continue reading

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Holiday Wish List :: Shannon Ander

If the name Shannon Ander looks familiar it’s likely because she’s been known to make periodic appearances on this here blog. She’s my favorite Canadian, a former Closet Caser (check her out here) and a self-professed George Michael fanatic. At … Continue reading

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Have Yourself A Zombie-Free Holiday!

Seriously laughing my ass off over this “A Very Zombie Holiday (Instructional Video)” from the folks at Team Unicorn. Oh, and I’m loving the guy who left the following comment regarding the video: “14 zombies disapprove of this.” AWESOME! Still, I … Continue reading

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Holiday Gift Guide…for the Yogi

My friend Madeleine is a yoga instructor over at a little studio here in Sac called It’s All Yoga and let me just say, she is wonderful. She has the most soothing voice ever. Not to mention she is super sweet, … Continue reading

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Holiday Gift Guide…for the Crafty Lass

When I asked my co-worker, Kimberly, to compile a holiday gift guide for the do-it-yourself-er…she was excited, but she had some reservations. Namely, the idea of having her picture on my blog caused her immense anxiety. Luckily, I was able … Continue reading

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Holiday Gift Guide…for the Office-Supply Junkie

Confession time. I am an office-supply junkie. I’ve always been subtly aware of my problem, but it really came to a head when I worked as a receptionist at the Sacramento News & Review. As the receptionist, I would often … Continue reading