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Wherein I review Home Chef, a meal delivery service

Perhaps you’ve already figured out that I like to cook. But meal planning is hard for me. It takes too much brain power I’d rather use for other things. For the last year, I’ve had a subscription to the Fresh 20, … Continue reading

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Can’t stop, Won’t stop

I’ve been on a make-all-the-things jag lately, so I thought I’d post about all my current works-in-progress, and my near-future plans (always and forever subject to change). First, this will be Charlie’s first year trick-or-treating. Like any good 3-year-old, he’s … Continue reading

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…So what DO you eat?

I’ve had some people ask what I ate during my Whole30. I understand this question, since I  also had trouble imagining what my daily eats would look like. Luckily, reading It Starts With Food and The Whole30 helped me picture … Continue reading

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Whole30 summary

If you had told me even two months ago that I would complete a Whole30 – go 30 days without grains, legumes, sugar or dairy – I would have laughed in your face. OK, so dairy is an easy one … Continue reading

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Pack Rat No More

I’ve always had a problem with clutter. Though I love to organize, I have trouble letting things go. Let’s just say it’s in my genes. I hold on to things in case I need them “someday.” I keep things around … Continue reading

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Categorization

Anyone who knows me could probably tell you that I’m a perfectionist. I’m also rather competitive. And like a lot of people who are competitive perfectionists, I’m ridiculously hard on myself. If I do something, I expect it to be – … Continue reading

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On the awesomeness of Mike Rowe and my husband

Cross posted in my work blog. This post started as a comment on Agnostic Maybe’s post about Mike Rowe’s testimony before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. My comment got so long, I thought I should just make it … Continue reading

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