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The 37 - Mary Miller

The 37 is Mary Miller’s autobiographical story about riding buses and taking responsibilities — paying bills, rent, parking cars, steady relationships — as a twenty-something adult. 629 more words

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Alone and Not as Lonely as I Expected

Alone. Completely and utterly alone. That’s where I’m at right now.

S. and I share a “quitinete” which is the equivalent of a studio (with no oven but with a balcony), half a wall separating the kitchen from the bedroom, and two twin beds side by side (close enough that sometimes I wake up with S.’s leg on my bed). 734 more words


"The Honest Bachelor's Life - Thought #5: Be Your Own Best Gift Giver"

Hey there everyone! Tonight I’m writing this entry from OKC, where I just finished the Redman Half-Ironman. I’ll have my finish line report up this Tuesday with highlights of my third 70.3 race. 116 more words

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The 6 Worst Things About My Time Abroad in Vienna

Ok, I know what your all thinking. How can I possibly be writing about my worst experience in Vienna? Surely it was brilliant all the time. 2,656 more words


It's official: I've moved in!

Yes, you read it right: as of Wednesday, I have moved into my new little flat.  I’ve not taken many photos yet, mainly because the only furniture I own so far is a bed, table, and mirror, but fear not – as I start to purchase more furniture I’ll be updating the blog with how I style each piece.   1,137 more words


I am not Cagney or Lacey

I grew up on Starsky and Hutch, Cagney & Lacey, James Bond.. folks tracking down bad guys, hurling themselves in the path of danger,  armed only with a 9mm and some witty one liners. 517 more words


Overcoming Heartbreak & Loneliness

Hey lovelies! A couple of my friends have asked me to blog about overcoming heartbreak and dealing with loneliness. Everybody deals with loneliness at some point in their life and everyone goes through times when their heart is completely broken or shattered. 817 more words