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2014, you were nice!
I wasn’t sure I wanted to carry on with my usual “year in review” thing this year-the ebb and flow of blogging for me seems to ebb more than flow, these past few months. But I also figured that come February, or come January of 2016 or 2026 or something [...]
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A solid year! Thanks for this gem, Google:)
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Christmas Bruce is a cute Bruce. 
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went to the harry potter studio tour today and basically looked like this the whole time #harrypotter
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I love our little glowy tree. #christmasinshoreham
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getting down on our first Shoreham christmas!
Merry Christmas from the positively balmy climes of Shoreham-by-Sea on the day after Christmas! It barely went below 50F yesterday, so it was not a white christmas, whatsoever. But this was the first holiday season in our flat, and it was also spent on our own, so it had a [...]
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christmas markets and ramen go together like peanut butter and jelly
I wouldn’t go so far as to say I’m a creature of habit, but it is fair to say that I am a lover of traditions, those both old and new. Anyone who has been reading since I began visiting (and then moved to) England, will know that Jon and [...]
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havin a little chat about how awesome and wonderful and magical the harry potter studio tour was! #harrypotterforever  
I am a complete Harry Potter fan girl, and have been ever since the first book was given to me by my awesome and dearly departed Grandma Weirich when it first came out in the 90s. And I remember reading the books after each of their releases at various points [...]
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Best day ever. Harry Potter studio tour!
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back in the blogging game!
Writing is often an act of vulnerability. The way that I often choose to write makes me feel exposed and vulnerable and open to the eyes of anyone who may be wandering by. But writing is an act that has always made me feel most myself, most at home and [...]
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I wrote a thing on multitasking, which I think is far too prevalent, but still easier to do than serial monotasking. 
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    Editorial Consultant, 4 - present
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Columbus, Ohio - Dijon, France - Gugeegue, RMI - Namyangju, South Korea
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American expat, editorial consultant, dog swooner.
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    Multicultural Education
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    International Relations, French
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2014: A year that happened
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I wasn’t sure I wanted to carry on with my usual “year in review” thing this year-the ebb and flow of blogging for me seems to ebb more than

Our first Christmas in Shoreham
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Merry Christmas from the positively balmy climes of Shoreham-by-Sea on the day after Christmas! It barely went below 50F yesterday, so it wa

Winter Wonderland 2014 (and Japanese ramen….)
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I wouldn’t go so far as to say I’m a creature of habit, but it is fair to say that I am a lover of traditions, those both old and new. Anyon

Harry Potter Studio Tour
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I am a complete Harry Potter fan girl, and have been ever since the first book was given to me by my awesome and dearly departed Grandma Wei

Christmas Masquerade
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Writing is often an act of vulnerability. The way that I often choose to write makes me feel exposed and vulnerable and open to the eyes of

Is multitasking really a good thing? -We Are All Connected
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Over the years, the ability to multitask has become a point of pride for many, and is commonly seen as a necessary skill for any professiona

'The closet is a terrible place...' How coming out transformed five live...
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Gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, it’s hard to be happy when you have to lie about who you are. Here’s how coming out transformed five

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South Yorkshire police investigate abusive tweets after Olympic medallist urges Sheffield United not to take back convicted rapist

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Hadley Freeman: All kinds of excuses justify rewarding women less for sporting success. The word for that is sexism

Poppies at the Tower of London
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This year marks the 100 year anniversary of the outbreak of World War I and as such, there have been lots of commemorative events happening

Feminist games critic cancels talk after terror threat
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Anita Sarkeesian has cancelled a talk at Utah State University over threats of ‘the deadliest school shooting’ in US history

New Statesman | How not to be a boy: Robert Webb on growing up, and losi...
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Nobody ever told me: you don’t have to waste years trying to figure out how to be a “man” because the whole concept is horseshit.

Happy Birthday to Me!
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Enjoy the above gif, taken/produced during my long birthday weekend in Berlin (!!). All thanks goes to a wonderful surprise courtesy of Jon,

Three Years on Rikers Without Trial
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Jennifer Gonnerman on Kalief Browder, a Bronx teen-ager who was accused of stealing a backpack. He spent over a thousand days awaiting trial

Sometimes I wish we lived in London
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Most of the time Shoreham, and Brighton for that matter, are really wonderful, lovely places to be, and I am happy here, and happy to call t

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Create blog post by Create. Tips for achieving a better work-life balance

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Earlier this summer, storm chaser Alex Schueth managed to capture a timelapse of a rare cloud formation called a undulatus asperatus during

I Am More Than OK With Not "Having It All" | Dame Magazine
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Our dog-loving columnist was ambivalent about having children for years. Until she got a chihuahua and realized she wasn’t.

Love this place. An adorable, cosy little spa where you instantly feel calm the second you step inside. I personally love getting gel manicures there, as the way that Beth, the owner, does them is a million times healthier and more eco-friendly than the regular salon way (no UV rays on your hands!). I also buy Ren products from Bo Spa for use at home, and have to physically restrain myself from buying more everytime I go in, ha. Would highly, highly recommend.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Like so many others have said, this place is great! Wonderful wine, good atmosphere, tasty bites. Don't order the yesquetas though-it's basically just things on toast, and there are much better things on offer!
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Great food, friendly service (and the boss makes great recommendations if you need some advice). A cozy fit inside, but that just adds to the ambiance. Highly recommend!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
One of my favorite restaurants in the city. The pho and bun are both delicious options, and I love how customizable the whole thing is-I personally love mine with lots of fish sauce, srichacha, and the sweet brown one (whose name I can't recall!). Maybe this is what's leading some people to think the broth is bland.....they haven't spiced it up yet? Anyway, the spring and summer rolls are fabulous starters, and I've always found the service both quick and friendly. Love it.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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A perfectly nice hotel for a little Spanish holiday. We went during the school holidays so there were a lot of families in attendance, but the place was still nice and not too noisy or crazy at all. Good food, lovely staff, really nice room, and while the entertainment won't blow you away, it's a good enough way to spend some time before heading out into the evening. 10 minute walk down to the beach, 20 minute walk over to the interesting old-town area. Not a huge pool, so there's definitely some early morning fighting for sunbeds, but that's the nature of things!
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
The service and décor are great-the food, disappointingly bland. Wouldn't go again.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Gorgeous gardens, and easy to make one's way around. The walk to the entrance is crazy though! Be prepared to hoof it nearly a kilometre up a fairly steep hill from the closest car park. Great place for a picnic.
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