@Rachel Hill@facebook I wouldn't be scared! The author does mention that it was a completely spontaneous trip. With a little bit of pre-planning (e.g., decide what $$-costing activities you want to do and a bit of budgeting for food), it doesn't necessarily have to be stressful.. right?
@MuffyStJohn Regarding the walk, I think it would really depend on what one was wearing. If I was dressed up in heels or something, walking a mile would not be very fun. :( Then again, one could pack flats. But I think the author also mentioned the asthma that kicked in the first time she walked.
Eyebrow threading always makes me feel really good after? Although, it amazes me how much prices vary.
This is like poetry. Hangover cure e-book? Oh, lord. Did it ever sell?
The strawberry pineapple gin sounds delicious. This may sounds a tad stupid, but does homemade infused stuff go bad?
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@jane lane It must be something about public shaming slash potential PR fiasco.
I feel you about the Michigan thing.
I can see how parents being involved in a job search could be tiresome, but in many ways it isn't that bad. For me, my father often times gives me another perspective or exposes me to potential employers I hadn't considered. Parents do have useful networks! (Yes, it helps that I'm interested in public health, like my father, but ya know.)
This looks great - I was looking for more vegetables to add to my meals that require little fuss. (Love zucchini and summer squash too! So springy.)
@alexandra Good dose of perspective! Still, it's a bummer that our hot-off-the-press degrees may not give us the leg up we thought it would initially.