Good Reads.

“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.”  –Charles W. Eliot. I love reading, but for 3 years during law school, I didn’t really have the time, energy, or willpower to read a single book for fun.  So once that nightmare was over, I got back into reading.  I … Continue reading Good Reads.

Food is Life . . . Literally.

I love food.  People often call me a “foodie.”  But that sounds bougie AF.  So, just – I love food, but also, my husband and I are horrible grocery-shopping-meal-planning-cook-every-night-clean-every-nighters, so we eat out A LOT.  We eat out way too much, but food is life. Colleagues and friends who know this always ask me for restaurant recommendations; so, over the years, I have compiled this list … Continue reading Food is Life . . . Literally.

Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle: Your Clothes.

“More than 15 million tons of used textile waste is generated each year in the United States, and the amount has doubled over the last 20 years . . .  An average American throws away approximately 80 pounds of used clothing per person.”  –Rick LeBlanc, Textile Recycling Facts and Figures, the balance (Dec. 29, 2017), https://www.thebalance.com/textile-recycling-facts-and-figures-2878122. As a longstanding shopaholic and a more recent minimalist, I do … Continue reading Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle: Your Clothes.