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Books & Tea | Guest Post by Nicole Martin of “Tea For Me Please”

Books & Tea | Nicole Martin I’m a novice when it comes to tea. Though I drink a couple cups a day, I don’t know a whole lot about the history and variety of many teas. Let’s just say I’m … Continue reading

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June Playlist

A Playlist for June Last Tuesday, Joe, Kyle, and I went for a “moonlight” hike at Malibu Creek State Park. The hike has been a favorite of ours, thanks to its remarkable views and Kyle’s diehard fascination with the show … Continue reading

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Books & Tea | June, 2015

Books & Tea | June, 2015 Restorative Yoga on a Full Bladder My Los Angeles metamorphosis is finally complete; I went to my first yoga class this weekend. It was restorative yoga. Though I didn’t do any yoga prior to … Continue reading

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Movie Suggestion: What a Way to Go! (1964)

Movie Suggestion: What a Way to Go! Year: 1964 Director: J. Lee Thompson (The Guns of Navarone, Cape Fear) Plot: Via IMDB: “A four-time widow discusses her four marriages, in which all of her husbands became incredibly rich and died … Continue reading

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2,270 Miles and a Moleskine Notebook: My Trip West (Part VI) | by Jay Jasinski

The Grand Canyon: The Colorado River’s Magnum Opus Does this even count as non-fiction if I’m writing it more than a year later? Sure, my battered moleskine has notes, but what about the time between the notes? Stephen King writes … Continue reading

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Books & Tea | May, 2015

Books & Tea | May, 2015 I returned to Michigan this past weekend for Mother’s Day and to catch a break from endless honking. I’m far from the first person to discover that you can’t truly appreciate a location until … Continue reading

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May 2015 Playlist

May 2015 Playlist “Comes a time when you’re driftin’ Comes a time when you settle down” – Neil Young I think it’s about time I do some driftin’. At least that’s my romantic notion at the moment. Maybe it’s my … Continue reading

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Earth Day 2015 | A thought, a poem, and a book

Earth Day 2015 | “Taste all, and hand the knowledge down” I thought I should give Earth Day my admiration. Like most people my age I’m not sure what I’m doing or where I’m going, yet I’ve been able to … Continue reading

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Books & Tea | April, 2015

Books & Tea | April, 2015 Sometimes I feel I get too hung up on what I read. It may be snobbish, misguided, or even a bit pretentious, but for the most part I only want to read what I … Continue reading

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Spring Playlist | 2015

Some tunes for Spring Springtime in Los Angeles doesn’t come with the hope and promise of warmer weather, since it’s been a steady 70-85 degrees, it comes with the promise of more enjoyable walks. Let me put it this way, … Continue reading

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