A Foodie Goes Clean: Reality Check

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Alright, so, realistically speaking, things get too busy or too lazy in my life for me to post every day. That’s what Instagram is for. I think I’m going to post a couple of times a week, depending on demand. We’ll see what happens. I’ll be posting some of my personal favorite recipes from the week, […]

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A Foodie Goes Clean: A Portuguese Adventure

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Today was honestly awesome. I woke up early to work out before work, which made me want to cry for a little bit, but I still dragged myself out of bed, got dressed, and did a solid leg workout as per Kayla Itsines. My eating was also on point — no slip-ups, no cheats, just […]

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A Foodie Goes Clean, Revamped

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Remember when I said I’d probably cheat on this whole idea of eating clean? I warned you, and I wasn’t lying. I’m back on that clean eating grind now because things have really gotten out of hand in the belly corner after the holidays. I’m not doing this as a resolution thing because I think […]

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How to Get The Best Sleep of Your Life

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Sleep: one of life’s many mysteries. So close, yet often just out of reach. If you are a student, career man or woman, parent, or over eighteen, you know sleep can seem like Halley’s comet; rare but amazing when it comes. So, if you’re not getting good rest or any at all, check out the […]

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A Foodie Goes Clean: Day 3

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Okay, so I didn’t fall off the bandwagon, but today definitely wasn’t as good of a day as the last two (read Day 1 & Day 2). It was a little carbyer than would be ideal, but hey, we do what we can. I also had to leave for work early, so I didn’t pack […]

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8 Pros and Cons of Grad School

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You don’t know much about me, just what you can glean from my writing. Let me give you the skinny. I graduated with a four-year degree in English and Spanish approximately a year and a half ago. If you know anything about the English degree, you know how flexible it is, and you would safely bet that […]

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Clubbing Done Right: What to Wear, Bring, and Eat

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Night club, dance hall, discothèque, rave, whatever your preference, getting lost in a crowd and dancing to great music can be an incredibly liberating and fun experience! However, if you’re going to throw caution to the wind and let loose, a little planning still needs to be involved. Whether it’s your first time or you’re a seasoned […]

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How to Prepare For a Writers’ Conference: Workshops to Nights

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Like most writers, I love a good conference. Not only are they a wonderful opportunity to get away, reflect and commune with creative people such as yourself, but they are incredibly fun! Conferences are almost like camp for writers, an exciting time to work with other talented, intelligent authors and learn from renowned writers. I […]

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Satisfy Your Wanderlust On A Budget

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Summertime beckons the desire to travel: to explore new places, try new things, meet new people. But as your mind wanders, yearning to go forth and gallivant around the globe, you remember–you’re broke. Your funds may be limited, but this does not mean that you can’t find a way to travel this year. You don’t […]

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Google Photos Is The Greatest

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The following is a transcript of a Facebook conversation between David Pogge, writer for erbmagazine.com, and I: Joshua Dudley: Have you looked at google photos yet? it is what everyone has always wanted David Pogge I honestly don’t even know what that is. Joshua Dudley 1)unlimited photo and video storage (ie i just put tango […]

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