Monthly Archives: October 2010

How to Prepare for a Trip to Brazil

Rio de Janeiro Lately I’ve been under a bit of stress and also super excited about an upcoming girls trip¬†to Brazil! ūüôā What we didn’t realize¬†was how big of a process it was to travel there. I¬†decided all this work … Continue reading

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Halloween Time at Disney

Yes, another relapse already. *Sigh* In my defense, it’s almost my favorite holiday¬†AND it was Disneyland¬†which is¬†the¬†happiest place on Earth after all. Put those two things¬†together and¬†it doesn’t take a genius to figure out that of course I would join … Continue reading

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How to Perform CPR

Recently while planning my “Kiddie-themed-Halloween-Party-for-Adults,” Boyfriend commented on how I should really be an elementary school teacher instead of pursuing my¬†unnamed crazy career choice. I considered this for a moment since I definitely daydreamed about this as a child and … Continue reading

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Circus Dreams

Every once and a while, everyone (me more often than most)¬†needs to take a break from adult life and pretend to be a kid again.¬†I recently¬†went with a co-worker to reenact some of our chilhood dreams of becoming trapeze artists … Continue reading

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Baby Steps

For many, many…(blushing) many years, my dad instilled a great routine into my life by setting out daily vitamins for my sisters and me every morning with breakfast. This included 2 vitamin C’s, an occasional vitamin E and of course, … Continue reading

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How to Create a Blog

¬† So…for some reason I assumed this whole “settin’ up the blog” thing would go as follows: ¬† ¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Jina: “Hey Boyfriend, I’m starting a blog.” ¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Boyfriend: “That’s awesome, Jina. You’re so smart and beautiful. Let me do all¬†¬†¬†¬† the¬†groundwork … Continue reading

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Growing up is for suckers…and that means me.

This is for all the spoiled brats out there whose parents have enabled them to the point of uselessness. There’s something to be said for being young at heart. But there’s a difference between being young at heart and being … Continue reading

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