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I started out great this week, and then… Valentine’s Day.  I tried to adapt. I took some “healthy” popcorn to the movies to help me stay on track and we picked up dinner from Texas Roadhouse to eat at home. 745 more words

Quick Chocolate and Caramel Fudge and Quick Chocolate and Peanut Butter Fudge

I love a quick chocolate fudge! You know the kind – made with chocolate chips, a can of sweetened condensed milk and a little butter. Combine all in a large bowl and microwave until melted and smooth. 285 more words


Socially responsible ways to dispose of leftover Valentine's Day Candy

Donate to a starving male figure skater.

Send to the NRA, with congratulations for latest success story in their struggle to preserve the Right to Bear Arms. 217 more words


P in Streams: A Day in the Life of Sophie Weaver

Where would I be without Sophie? She is my number one companion in this tumultuous graduate school experience. We have spent many hours sharing our experiences with experiments, coursework, fieldwork, labwork, advisors, peers, proposals, grant writing, the pressure to perform, and the doubts that inevitably surface about whether we are “smart enough” or if we “work hard enough” to successfully finish. 974 more words

[Noms.] Kalev Mesikäpp wafer candy with praline cream

Mesikäpp, or Honeypaw in English, is a cutesy nickname for a bear.

It’s a very old candy in Estonia. I remember it back from when I was still a tiny girl :D The packaging has changed several times over the years, but seems to have settled on this version of a cartoony bear nowadays. 353 more words


Sweets that are good for your teeth - Zollipops review and giveaway

I have received some free Zollipops and Zaffi Taffy to review. Not heard of these? Nor had I, but I was very impressed to hear that these sugar-free treats were inspired by a 7 year old asking her dad “Why can’t we make a lollipop that’s actually good for your teeth?” 534 more words


Comfort Right Around the Corner!

It’s comforting to know that “Rite Aid” is just a hop, skip and a jump away from those of us living and working in the South Side East neighborhood. 18 more words

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