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Why High Schools Need to Integrate Home Economics as Part of the Curriculum Again

It sounds so old school, baby boomer era--the whole taking home economics class. It was probably seen as an easy A course--a mandatory class no one really wanted to take; but here's the issue: 2017, and the common American teenager is raised with the mother cooking or the maid cooking, the maid or mom making… Continue reading Why High Schools Need to Integrate Home Economics as Part of the Curriculum Again

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Through the Broken Glass 

So as you've seen in my first post about my studio apartment and what it looked like, you will find a big, tall mirror with white framing. I've moved apartments three weeks ago, by the way! House warming party soon! Anyway, I love that mirror. I got it on sale and when I put it… Continue reading Through the Broken Glass 

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93 Days of Summer: Who Says Lace is Only For Undergarments?

I'm not going to lie, I'm pretty beat up in this picture. From the start of the blog, I mentioned it was and is a lifestyle blog--meaning everything is genuine, hoping to share thoughts with others and laugh a little more. All to say, from afar you see a simple outfit, just two colors, and… Continue reading 93 Days of Summer: Who Says Lace is Only For Undergarments?

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93 Days of Summer

YOU BE YOU Entering summer is fun and can get creative! Find your taste and fly with it! You be You! Fashion is more than the latest trend, it's about style and personality, more importantly, it's about your style and personality--so, express it!

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What Real Vogue Fans Look Like

I think the only time I read Vogue is stretching after ballet classes eating a post-workout granola bar or tangerine or at the dog park (sorry for completely over-posting pictures of my weenie dog, but I'm just trying to get him a little tanner because he's so white right now...he's a piebald dachshund just in… Continue reading What Real Vogue Fans Look Like

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For the Love of our Phone

Recently, I heard on the radio a quite funny story about a girl who jumped onto the tracks of the New York City subway to retrieve her cell phone that she dropped in a clumsy moment...I thought to myself as I was stuck in traffic, how ridiculous and funny! Then I remembered, who am I to… Continue reading For the Love of our Phone

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From the Archives: Left Behind in Paris

**This post is in the perspectives of two people: David my little brother (Diva David) & the amazing me (Laura Andrea). Feel free to choose sides and, of course, as always....laugh** Me (Laura Andrea):  I was so excited, David was finally going to join me after my hard year of school in Madrid. Our plan… Continue reading From the Archives: Left Behind in Paris

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Captain Morgan’s Wife

**From the Archives: 2010** I opened my eyes, took a deep breathe, felt peaceful, and watched seagulls loud, screeching, flying about, and as I am a little bit disoriented, I could not decide for the life of me if the half-destroyed, ancient fort to my left was operating or people just liked to go inside for… Continue reading Captain Morgan’s Wife

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Myspace: top 2 friends on my profile

I said this blog was a lifestyle blog from the beginning, which is more than just a page to write opinions or stories, for posting cute recipes (which I will never do because my cooking experiences are epically disastrous), & more than just posting cute outfits, hoping for a million instagram likes. There are more not-so-glamourous… Continue reading Myspace: top 2 friends on my profile

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From the Archives: Spain’s Victim

Again note: I understand & apologize for the poor writing, grammar, and punctuation skills.--*written in the past, unedited, from my journals, put in public for thoughts & laughter."  February 21, 2013 So I guess I'm totally zoned out because the teacher is speaking Spanish & I'm writing in English...or I have discovered something fantastic haha...I can "speak/listen/think"… Continue reading From the Archives: Spain’s Victim