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Vive la France

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Vive la France

Screw the terrorists. Go to Paris.

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Keeping it Weird – Austin, TX

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Keeping it Weird – Austin, TX

I can’t be sure if it was more about seeing my old friends or being in Austin, but either way, I’ll take it, as long as it helps me keep one foot firmly in my own weirdness while the other walks from Grand Central to Park Avenue.

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“The House That Built Me”

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“The House That Built Me”

“Out here it’s like I’m someone else…”

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Working for the Man Every Night & Day

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Working for the Man Every Night & Day

What you’ll read from me is not the life of a traveling nomad but simply a regular girl who works the corporate grind most days, taking every opportunity to go to new places, see new things and learn as much as I can.

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From the Mixed-Up Files of My Past

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From the Mixed-Up Files of My Past

I’ve had the opportunity now to visit some of the greatest museums in the world, but the Metropolitan Museum of Art will forever be my favorite.

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Chiggers

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Chiggers

Austin is one of my favorite cities, despite the scourge of chiggers.

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Solo on the Go

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Solo on the Go

Going it alone can be a great way to get to know yourself and your likes and dislikes, without the need to accommodate anyone else.

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Life is Short. Buy the Shoes.

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Life is Short.  Buy the Shoes.

Most of the time we have to wear the sensible shoes, but once in while we get a chance to step outside the day-to-day grind. Once in a while there is something to be said for blissful impracticality.

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Chairman Mao’s Memorial Souvenir Shop

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Chairman Mao’s Memorial Souvenir Shop

Thus was the China I visited: a land of contradictory values, where capitalism no longer appears to be a dirty word

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Lost in Venice

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Lost in Venice

I wouldn’t trade the memory of our gondola ride for all the shoes in Italy.

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