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Checking Boxes

August 27, 2017

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Whenever I am tackling how to balance my work and personal to-dos, I always find myself writing lists to organize and track the gamut of items. These lists outline the tasks to achieve my overall goals. Often the tasks fall into three categories: communicating information; reaching milestones; adjusting schedules. As with most people, I managed […]

Unexpected Priorities

August 20, 2017

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The past five (GASP) years have been a roller coaster. I grew from being a newlywed to a mom while trying to keep a working foot in the door of my chosen industry. As I constantly found myself looking back to compare what I had done ten years ago to what I have accomplished in […]

Tasting Rowan Yarn’s Latest Treats

January 28, 2014

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I know that I mentioned a little something I had been planning for a long while: hosting a yarn tasting party in my home. “Yarn tasting?” People eat yarn? hehe… No, not quite. A yarn tasting is when a knitter or crocheter can sample a yarn before buying it. Think of it as a test […]

Stocking the Kitchen

September 26, 2011

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Originally, I wanted to name this post, “What’s in your Fridge?” Then I changed fridge to pantry. Realizing that some folks do not have a pantry, I finally settled on the current title. It is amazing how carefully chosen words can make the difference in understanding a writer’s thoughts. Anyway, the reason this post title […]

Under Destruction

September 2, 2010

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It comes as no surprise when I do write about my passions, most of them are chirped out on Twitter or posted on Facebook. This past year of 2010 has been no exception. With it being the last month of the third quarter, I felt it is time I start trimming my website’s hierarchy and […]

Making Eggs – Part 1

November 2, 2009

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When I drove into Blacksburg on October 31st, it was not to play in the holiday festivities. I was coming into town to seek new opportunities and investigate what I had to do in order to go back to school. Due to financial circumstances, I did not bring the Boys as expected. Doing so was […]