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Shovels & Rope and Humans Doing Decent Things

The slash bus (otherwise known as the Salt Lake Express) is one way to travel when you’re in a pinch. I’ve taken this form of transportations before—mostly during the winter at the absurd hours of the night/early morning. 953 more words

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Susan’s Playlist Aug 11 - 14, 2014 ~ The Secret to Youth (psst, it’s Range of Motion)

We’re onto something, friends: the expansion of range of motion in all realms increases youthfulness. Play with increasing range of motion in the body, in the mind, in the emotions…but I don’t suggest this lightly. 726 more words

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Susan’s Playlist Aug 4 - 8, 2014 ~ Act Your Age

So far (since Sunday), 50 is just fine! Oddly, at 50 I am far younger than I ever was when I was, well, younger. It seems that every year, I am a little less anxious, a little more courageous. 797 more words

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Susan’s Playlist Jul 28 - 31, 2014 ~ Invisible Net of Love

Who is in your Invisible Net of Love?

After class today, a friend told me that when tough times hit her family, she and her three boys wrote down all the people who could help them: their extended family, their friends, their teachers, even the postman. 517 more words

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Open Mic: The Choice of a Tasteless Generation

Sometimes I forget that performing music is for douches.

This week I attended an open mic night in Provo, UT – an area renowned for its booming musical culture. 915 more words

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Five Things I’ve Learnt Since I Joined the Gym

By Louise Burt

1) I hate every single song I put on my playlist (called Burn Baby Burn). Sure, sitting in the comfort of my room I thought “yeah, I would totally love to run to this song, yep, this is most definitely going to motivate me” and when your iPod is strapped to your arm in a case, there’s nothing you can do about it, but carry on pounding the treadmill in the most elephant like way, listening to quite possibly the worst music you could ever put together in a playlist. 364 more words


An Any Day Kind of Love with Etta James

I’ve been working part-time at my family’s store—Manwaring Cheese. It’s a loft with a kitschy cabin style and a continual flow of local folk, along with the occasional passers by through town. 510 more words

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