My friend Hannah posted a link to this amusing little essay from Thought Catalog, titled “Five Signs Your Gluten Allergy is Fake.” It’s far from perfect, but the essence of it is spot on in my book. This is my … Continue reading
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All of this cutesy miniature food jewelry I’ve been seeing lately has me kind of torn. I think some of it is just cloyingly cutesy, and should remain on the under 7 set rather than on adult women. But….some of … Continue reading
I’ve made little secret of my sauerkraut love. I adore the stuff. It’s sooo tasty, although I prefer the lacto-fermented kind usually. I like almost anything pickled or fermented, but I’m definitely most partial to kraut. I like to think … Continue reading
The past few weeks have been a total whirlwind of graduation, a quick trip back home, a quick trip to NYC for a job interview, and then a nearly two-week vacation. I’m still reeling from all of it as I … Continue reading
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like being a working woman who lives alone, this should give you a good idea: Oh and you might find yourself drinking white wine spritzers. You know. It happens.
I’m taking a photojournalism course right now and I’m learning a heck of a lot, although it’s completely kicking my ass. As a reporter, talking to strangers poses little problem for me, but to go up to a total stranger … Continue reading
Today’s Wall Street Journal has a fascinating piece about tennis star Novak Djokovic. Apparently the athlete has risen to greatness after discovering his body couldn’t process gluten and going on a gluten-free diet. The piece looks at whether there’s a connection … Continue reading
A friend and I were researching sushi places in Chicago and I stumbled upon what I think might be one of the funniest inadvertent typos ever on Yelp. It’s a review of a place called Rolls N’ Bowls. Personally, I think … Continue reading
This piece in Slate takes a look at how bookstores are “meet markets.” It’s a good read overall, but of course my favorite part was when writer was describing what a person’s book selection says about their future dating potential: … Continue reading
I was amused to find this at a Borders’ liquidation sale.