Monthly Archives: July 2014

Half-Week Hooch: Barcelona Bar

The funny thing about shots is, as you get older, you really know better. You KNOW better. You know you shouldn’t do them, that tomorrow will be the ugliest of all uglies if you throw back whiskey or tequila with reckless abandon, that you will hate life if you take shots. So by writing about […]

Weekend Light Reading: July 4

Patriotism edition (not really)!! I’ve actually had this post queued up for ooooooh two weeks now, but couldn’t be bothered to write an intro, apparently. GOOD WORK KRISTEN. Psh, work isn’t even that busy and I don’t have any freelance jobs at the moment. No excuses. I hope everyone has fantastic plans for the fourth. […]

Starting the Week Off Right: The Dreaded Juice Cleanse

I’m convinced that anyone who claims to “really love juice cleanses” and to be “totally satiated” during three days of juice-only sustenance is thriving completely off their own smugness, and at night they just go home and dream about eating real food. Wait, was that just me? Oh good. I’m not going to lie: Juice […]

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