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September 30, 2010

Moments of Gold

I'm up again at the witching hour. This time I'm amped up on a strange concoction of cold medication, benadryl and tater tots. My heart feels about ready to explode and my body is somewhere in between the land of dreams and the land of wide awake. But I got thinking today about life. I know you are probably thinking, Suki, when are you not thinking about life? However, let me tell you the moment…
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September 23, 2010

Freeing Your Mojo

Today I conquered the mess. Well, I conquered part of the mess and it felt glorious. It all began when my bubbly coworker walked into my office and offered to feng shui it up. And so we got started cleaning that office. Changing it around. Freeing my creative mojo. It seems I had it set up all wrong and it was stopping my flow. There were wires here and boxes there. I had my back…
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September 20, 2010

Getting Out of the Mess

This is what my life looks like right now: I have about three unfinished blog posts and I apologize for that. My mother is in California along with my fiance. I have been knee deep in cleaning supplies for the past week. My bills have sucked my life dry and I am behind in school and at work. Whenever I am a mess you will be sure to find my desk a mess, my room…
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September 9, 2010

It’s Twitterific!

I read a study today that said up to 90% of people between the ages of 18 to 25 sleep with their smartphones right next to their beds. Needless to say I'm guilty of it. The morning sun rises and I reach over to give it a kiss and snuggle with it while I open my eyes. I then play with it for about 20 minutes before starting my day. Has the iPhone replaced small…
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September 2, 2010

Hair Today Gone Tomorrow: The Sequel

Hair: The Sequel. And no, not THAT one. Damn it now I have "this is the dawning of the age of Aquarius" in my head! If you read my 'Hair Today Gone Tomorrow' blog you will recall my situation. My hair shedding, the mysteries of hair, the feeling the of distance from my youth. Well now here I am, sitting in the dermatologist's office. My hair is wild and free, recently washed and glowing. My…
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September 1, 2010

The Used

I hate people who look down their noses at thrift shops. Because you see to me, a thrift shop is like a secret garden filled with stories and memories and trophies. And the oh the treasures you can find. The first time I walked into a thrift store- well really more of a thrift market- I was in Nairobi, Kenya. In Swahili they call it Mitumba. My mom took me, I was about 13 years…
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