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FASHION FRIDAY: Bad Feminist

Gay discusses cultural issues with great knowledge, humor, and self-reflection. What makes her a bad feminist is being human, so aren’t we all bad feminists? Continue reading

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Fashion Friday Fail

Here are two books that I’ve either tried and failed to make into Fashion Friday posts, or just had no hope in the first place. Because it’s Friday and things aren’t always perfect (especially not in fashion), here are a … Continue reading

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Fashion Friday: Wearing A HUNDRED SUMMERS

Take me to the beach by natalieeramm featuring a lip stick A Hundred Summers by Beatriz Williams Putnam Adult, 2013 357 pages, 3 stars ABOUT THE BOOK: Lily Dane and Nick Greenwald fell in love in 1931-2, but in 1938 … Continue reading

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Fashion Friday: Wearing How the French Invented Love

How the French Invented Love by natalieeramm featuring cap sleeve t shirts How the French Invented Love by Marilyn Yalom Harper Perennial, 2012 400 pgs, 5 stars Before I start let me say I’m feeling a lot of cover love … Continue reading

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Blink

Author: Malcolm Gladwell Pages: 304 Publisher: Little Brown 2005 Rating: 4 stars I finished Blink by Malcolm Gladwell about two days ago, but I’m just now getting around to posting. This book was a nice split from my usual habit of … Continue reading

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vooks and iBooks

So today, I was trying to download a vook about the history of rock and roll. I’m not all too interested in the history, but I’m very curious to see what the vook is like in action. By the way, … Continue reading

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