Argentina is enormous and has many different climates and landscapes and geographical features. You need at least a month to see it all, which is, of course, not feasible for most people. I've been based in Buenos Aires and have had a few three-day weekends off work that I took full advantage of to hop … Continue reading Oh the Places You Can Go!
Ecuador Earlier this year I went to Croatia, which is part of the EU but doesn't use the Euro, and Montenegro, which is not part of the EU but does use the Euro. Slightly annoying. Not the Euro part - I don't mind if I have leftover Euros because I'll use them eventually. But having … Continue reading The All-Mighty Dollar
Last summer when I went to visit my friend Melissa on the east coast, I was plunged into nostalgia. Partly because we spent a few days at her family's house on the Jersey shore, where she and I lived during the summer of '99, but also because she and her mom were having a garage … Continue reading The Art of the Sale
The topic of Crystal Light came up in a random discussion with friends a few weeks back. It was one of those "flash from the past" moments for me. We had so much Crystal Light in my house when I was growing up. I loved the canisters and little foil labels and picking out what … Continue reading As Seen On Facebook
Today marks three months that I've been living in Boulder proper, in my Little House, and so far, life in The Bubble has been pretty damn great. Yes, friends, that's right. I said I like living in Boulder. My Colorado friends will not believe those words were typed by me. For years and years while living in … Continue reading Sanctuary 2.0: Not Drinking the Kool-Aid, But…