Monthly Archives: March 2010

Austrian Food Rocks

Saturday night, I had a delicious meal. So rewind 6 months to my trip to Austria, where I discovered the most delicious food. I thought, thank God I live in NY, I can eat Austrian food anytime when I get … Continue reading

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When is a friendship over?

If you’re asking this question, it probably ended a long time ago and you were just holding on because it hurts to say goodbye and let things go. Harsh? Yup. Valid? Probably. I was looking through photo albums of the … Continue reading

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Lady Gaga Telephone Video

Just caught the new Gaga video Telephone. I know I’m way behind. I think that woman is uber talented. I didn’t want to miss a second of her onscreen antics and couldn’t eat my dinner until it ended. She is … Continue reading

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Elevator Wackos Take 2

Two weekends ago, this random stranger gets in the elevator with me and exchanges a few words about the weather. We never introduce ourselves, but that doesn’t stop him from telling me that I’d get along great with his friend … Continue reading

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Elevator Etiquette on Holding Doors and Yelling at Strangers

Where do you stand on the issue of holding elevator doors? Frankly, unless the person is in sight and seconds away, I think it is rude and inconsiderate of everyone who is in the elevator to make them wait on … Continue reading

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The Food Processor–An Amazing Invention

So a few years back I begged my mother for a food processor for Christmas. I swore I would use it all the time. It would change my life. I could get rid of the electric mixer. A year later, … Continue reading

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Making Time For Your Dreams

A few years back, I was working at a brokerage firm and thinking that was it. I’d made the decisions that led me to that point and there was no way out of it. I was stuck. What I didn’t … Continue reading

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Rewrites are feeling good

As a writer, I struggle with my ego and my desire to be published. It’s hard to know what criticism to accept and run with and what to hear but decide not to implement. Anyway, I finished revamping the entire book The … Continue reading

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