At the top of this pole is a sign that says Welcome to Healdsburg. It’s supposed to be an “I’m happy with myself and my new city” photo. Go with it for me.
I have no idea what took me so long to write this review. Maybe I just assumed it was too obvious. Maybe not talking it up was a futile attempt to keep my beloved 6:30pm classes from getting filled up. Whatever it was, I’m sorry. It won’t happen again. Part of the reason I write… Read More »
I thought it would be fun to share with you the few blog posts, articles, and other interweb gems that I come across over the course of the week. I’ll stick with it for a while and see how you like it. Health & Fitness Screen yourself for breast cancer. Just do it. And let these… Read More »
You know when bloggers are all like “I’m so sorry for not blogging lately!”? I’m not going to do that. I think it’s silly. I am, however, excited to say that I’m back in action. I’ve missed writing. However, life, lately, has been pretty fantastic. Aside from the blog-centric ones, I’ve been rocking and rolling… Read More »
TRX is still TBD a short-list contender.
Did I mention that Linds also moved to SF??? She did! It’s the most amazing thing ever.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! Quirky factoid: I don’t normally do New Year’s resolutions. Instead, I usually make my resolutions/goals/whatevers in the fall during Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year. It always made sense to me- because what else do you have to do while you sit in synagogue for days on end reflecting on your past year… Read More »
Pumpkin season is over, you say? Not true, my friends. So not true. October and November are simply the months when you get to stock up on TJ’s pumpkin puree so that the baking fun can continue throughout the seasons to come. Then when there are gloomy/wintery days, you can bust out a can of… Read More »
After 2 months of not having a consistent address/life, I’m thrilled to report that being all moved into our new apartment means that I got to participate in Foodie Penpals for the month of November. I missed being a part of the fun. Luckily I was paired with an amazing penpal, Will, one of the… Read More »
Since moving to San Francisco, I’ve transitioned from being a traditional office workerbee to being a remote-work-from-home-er. Yes, the flexibility is awesome. But it has made me have to deliberately shift the way I do some pretty basic daily things (Like eat. And move. Yes, that basic.), and I thought sharing my stay-healthy-while-working-from-home techniques might… Read More »