I tried my best to take a snapshot of every hour of my typical work day for you guys. I posted these pics on my Instagram stories for my friends and they seemed to enjoy them.
As the year progresses, I’m thinking about doing this once per month. What do you think?
Anyway, here’s a peek into my Tuesday. If you’re new here, welcome! Let me know in the comments what your favorite kind of blog posts to read are.
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Quidditch, the fictional sport from Harry Potter, has gained popularity in the past couple years. There are international teams and collegiate teams that travel to competitions. It’s a fun experience to have in college and a great workout. However, there are some things you should know about Quidditch before joining.
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Hooking up. That seems like all people have time for and dating apps like Tinder, OkCupid, etc. are keeping the hookup culture alive. What ever happened to dating? To meet cutes? To locking eyes with strangers across the room and to someone asking you out?. Picking you up and handing you flowers? Everything in today’s society is too fast paced. We all suffer from FOMO (fear of missing out) when it comes to dating and are constantly looking for the next best thing.
We need to slow it down. We need to know that we can still date without feeling like we have to take our clothes off.
Harlan Cohen, the author of the Naked Roommate, wrote a book titled “Naked Dating: Five Steps to Finding the Love of Your Life (While Fully Clothed and Totally Sober).” In his book, Cohen talks about ways to find the love of your life without having to hook up.
Here are five steps to finding happiness with yourself and to find a significant other.
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Terri Kullerd Fontenot, a Moss Bluff native, wears many hats. Fontenot not only works on the Calcasieu Parish School Board, but she’s also a certified Wilton cake decorator and teaches classes at Michael’s, the Moss Bluff Senior Center, as well as private lessons. “Even Superman had a day job,” Fontenot laughed.
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Nestled under the metal dome of the West Cal Arena in the Louisiana heat, is an eclectic array of knick knacks, custom crafted jewelry, clothes, teacups turned into bird feeders and even custom wall art with hidden secret compartments.
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This Thirsty Thursday we’re going to learn how to order a coffee in 15 countries around the world. I know I have a lot of international readers and if you’re from one of the countries in this post and the wording of your language is wrong, please let me know! Also, my keyboard doesn’t have all the accents needed so my apologies for that.
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Wish.com is a website where you can find amazing products for half the original price. I’ve purchased a few items from there and have loved them all. I decided to take a look at their home decor because I’m about to move into my own place in a few months and needed some ideas.
I took the item descriptions directly from each item and I have to say that I don’t believe that English is the first language of some of the people that write the product descriptions.
Here are 10 Pieces of Home Decor For Cheap From Wish.com.
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