Tag Archives: Writing

Books & Tea | August, 2015

Books and Tea | August, 2015 I Have an Awesome Vocabulary Two weeks ago, I took over as community manager at the Environmental Media Association (EMA). It’s an exciting gig, one that merges my interests in the environmental and entertainment … Continue reading

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Books & Tea | Guest Post by Hikari Loftus of Folded Pages Distillery

Books And Tea | Guest Post by Hikari Loftus of Folded Pages Distillery To me, and I’m sure to many others, reading a book is much more than just taking in the words on the page. Reading a book requires … Continue reading

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Books & Tea | July, 2015

Books and Tea | July, 2015 Existential thoughts and the world’s longest porch This past weekend, my family and I returned to Mackinac Island, MI for another Fourth of July Weekend. Like most family traditions, it’s near and dear to … Continue reading

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Books & Tea | Guest Post by Nicholas Lozito of Misty Peak Teas

Books & Tea | Guest Post by Nicholas Lozito I’m thrilled to introduce the second guest post for my “Books & Tea” series, Nicholas Lozito of Misty Peak Teas. My first impression of Nicholas, and this was via email, mind … Continue reading

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Movie Suggestion: “The Happy Thieves” (1961)

Free Movie Suggestion: “The Happy Thieves” (1961) I’ve always admired Rex Harrison as an actor. Yes, he had an iconic voice, bastardized by Stewie Griffin, but he was also suave, humorous, and tragic. My two favorite films of his are … Continue reading

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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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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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