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While I do not want to become the lady who, upon setting the dinner table, informs her guests that she bought the chicken for four dollars a pound on sale at the market, I think there is a happy medium. I am hoping/praying/intentioning that I will be in this financial predicament long enough to learn the required lesson, and then will incorporate my newfound frugality into my financially blissful lifestyle.
I still don’t believe in forever. I still have zero desire to ever be married to anyone unless I’m allowed to clone myself, legalize gay marriage, and exchange vows with myself at the alter. But I cherish these days, for however long, for whatever reason that this continues to make sense. And I pity the women I hear in passing when they write off men for their surface flaws. I wouldn’t even want to imagine my life right now if I had chosen to bypass getting to know the guy I now love. I’m so glad I allowed myself, this once, to break my rules. I’d encourage other women to do the same—just once…
Everyone is always all up in arms about getting promoted like it’s the best thing in the world and if you don’t get promoted than you have failed at life. Personally, I think promotions are a big trick.
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I left a decent profession, left my perfectly wonderful boyfriend, and left my known state of being; just to figure out who I really am. I think in the end, it will all have been worth it, but one thing is for sure; ‘Independence Day’ had a whole new meaning for me this year.
After getting a Master’s degree in Writing, I found myself in the same dilemma as many others who have come before me: broke, avoiding Sallie Mae phone calls, and wondering how I’d ever get a job where someone would actually pay me.
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You’re casually strolling through the mall, about to walk into JCrew, Banana, or Vickie – but something catches your eye – no, not the …
There is a science to Japanese dressing; a careful composure to create an outfit that is cool and unique, but also conforms to the society’s style expectations. Maybe it stems from the honor code of the Samurai or the delicate layers of the Geisha kimono; but Japanese style seems to be in the genes.