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365, 8: day 226

Culver City I woke up feeling well-rested and refreshed and the day was basically downhill from there. I’m a broken record but there is too much to do, things are too busy, and I was exhausted and hungry most of … Continue reading

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365, 8: day 143

Los Angeles Today was very uneventful and remarkable. On the one had, I’m feeling less sick, which is nice, and on the other hand, I have no confidence that I won’t just get sick again next week. Year One Year … Continue reading

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365, 8: day 118

Greenport, NY Official bachelorette day! I woke up before everyone, as I always do at these things, so I had time to clean, start making breakfast, and run out to get LaCroix. We went to the most adorable tea house … Continue reading

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365, 8: day 114

Los Angeles I couldn’t get to sleep last night, and when I finally did, I only slept four hours before waking up again. And so I decided to take the day off, to finish my book and nap and continue … Continue reading

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365, 8: day 93

Los Angeles Day two, also pretty smooth sailing, knock-on-wood. I’m definitely getting very sick of providing food for myself, on Day 14 of Whole 30, even though I did a bunch of meal prep this weekend. And I sorted through … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 361

Los Angeles Today was really weird, with so much strange stuff from the past coming up. I’m still not totally sold on this new Zumba instructor, but she is really nice and enthusiastic, and this class was a marked improvement … Continue reading

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365, 6: day 194

Culver City We have a Dutch intern, and a friend of hers came to visit and brought stroopwafels, which we warmed over tea, even though that’s apparently not actually that authentic, in anticipate of King’s Day. Then I went on … Continue reading

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