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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Word-Filled Wednesday {28}

It really is all about love.
Happy Hump Day, Ladies.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Flashback to the 90s

While blog reading, I came across a post by Syndal and well, it has made my entire day.
Born in 1987, I'm pretty much a 90s girl.
If you grew up in the 90s, please watch these.
& remember when TV use to be good.
You will thank me.

Talk about nostalgia.

What do you miss from the 90s?

Also, Happy Friday!

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Word-Filled Wednesday {27}

Just something I need reminded of as I often fall into the mind set that things should just happen because I want them to.
I need to remember that I have to make an effort, instead of just wanting.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Word-Filled Wednesday {26}

I'm bringing back one of my favorite posts to write, since it's been a few months.

Loving who I am is a constant struggle for me.
Reading this just makes me smile.
I hope you all are able to be happy and love who you are.
If not, you can continue the journey with me to work on it!

Happy Wednesday!

Monday, June 13, 2011

New App Alert!

As if there weren't enough things to waste my time on, I found a new game.
A new addicting game.
Say hello to

It's like Hangman.
I made Vito download it last night.
SO much fun!

If you play it already, do you feel a new addiction starting too?
& we should be playing: caramelphotos

If you aren't playing, you should be!
Because really, who needs productivity anyway?

Happy Monday!

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

"No entertainment is so cheap as reading, nor any pleasure so lasting"

Title: Quote by Mary Wortley Montagu

So the e-reader situation.
I read up on information.
I spoke with people at Best Buy.
I played with both big names.
I had already made my decision.
Then there was a sale.
This solidifies my decision.
I present you my final choice:

I bought it last week and I ADORE it.
Like, love.
The reasons I chose it?
First off, I liked the touch screen instead of the key board. It's easier for me.
Second, playing with them I found the Nook's pages and such easier to navigate overall.
Third, the touch screen portion? Color. Love it.
Forth, overall the reviews I read, most went with the Nook.
Fifth, there are waaaaay more cute nicknames I can use for the Nook vs the Kindle.
For me, it was no contest in the end.

Do I miss the feeling of holding a good book?
Yes and no.
I'll always love books. There is just something about them.
But the Nook is waaaay easier to hold and read.
No pages flopping shut.
No more bulky books in my purse.
I've already finished one book (Water for Elephants) and started on a second (My Horizontal Life).
My favorite finding?
Being able to borrow e-books from the library.
Free books... Not having to leave home... LOVE.

I've fallen in love with the Nook!