Weekly Wanderlust: Haramara Retreat

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I’ve always wanted to go on a yoga retreat, so when my mom called and asked if I wanted to join her next summer for a week of yoga, spa treatments, and organic meals at Haramara Retreat in Mexico, I said, “Um, yeah, I think I can swing that.” Described as a place “where Robinson Crusoe […]

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Back in States, back on Wagon

After a year in Argentina, much of which was spent consuming steak, cheese, wine, and dulce de leche filled/covered pastries, I have returned to the States, well aware that these habits cannot continue. Sadly, I can no longer consider a leisurely stroll a sufficient cardiovascular activity. Especially when said leisurely stroll ends at a bakery. […]

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So I was blasting my pecs at the gym the other day…

Just kidding.  Anyone who knows me can say without hesitation that I HATE working out.  But I do like to listen to music and imagine myself kicking butt JennierGarnerInAlias– style.  You think that’s weird?  Well no one asked you.  Anyway.  I compiled a list of songs that, should I ever decide to exercise, I will listen […]

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Help in the fight against breast cancer by picking up anything on this list.  Donations will be made to various charities when any of these products is purchased.     OPI Pink of Hearts Polish, $8.50 Shisheido Luminizing Satin Eye Color in Peony, $25 Revlon Super Lustrous Gloss in Pink Pursuit, $6.99 Bobbi Brown Pink […]

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Tennis, Anyone?

By Katie Tabb, All American tennis player and Accountant Extraordinaire If Wimbledon is the prissy, white-wearing, “Heaven forbid I get grass-stains” epitome of tennis tradition, then the US Open is its bastard cousin.  Fans are rowdy, each match is a competition and a fashion show, and nothing about it could be described as traditional.  If […]

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