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Kayla Whitter
A twenty-something girl living in splendid world.
A twenty-something girl living in splendid world.

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Book Review: The Half-Life of Remorse by Grant Jarrett
I've discussed many times how I've opened up to reading different genres this year, and while I've come across some books I really enjoyed that were outside my usual range of reading (thrillers, crime novels, etc.), I've also pushed through some books that ...

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Books I Read: June
I struggled a little in June, because classes started back, and honestly - why did no one tell me how terrible summer classes are? We have assignments due every three days, and I have been swamped, but I still managed to read four books. I sadly feel like I...

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How to Comfort a Friend in the Loss of a Pet
It can be really rough losing a pet - they are family members and when one passes, it is something that's really difficult.  A friend of mine, Sarah, lost her cat Prin after 19 years of cuddles and love. It broke my heart to learn about her loss and I knew ...

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Book Review: Every Last Lie by Mary Kubica
Brief synopsis : When her husband Nick dies in a car crash just days after their second child is born, Clara becomes obsessed with the idea that foul play was involved. Even after the cops confirm that the crash was Nick's fault for driving to fast, Clara b...

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June FitSnack Review
It's the end of the month, and you know what that means - my FitSnack monthly review! I felt like my June box was the complete opposite of my May box . In May, I reviewed a huge variety of items, mostly things I haven't tried before. I felt a little disappo...

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Book Review: Arboria Park by Kate Tyler Wall
Kate Tyler Wall's novel Arboria Park  is not a genre I'd normally pick to read. My favorite novels are, and always have been, thrillers and suspense, and maybe some fantasy/science fiction thrown in. Instead, Arboria Park  is a novel that's set from 1960 to...

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Book Review: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
Taylor Jenkins Reid is a pretty familiar name to fans of women's fiction, with popular novels like One True Loves and Maybe in Another Life . While I've heard great things about the previously mentioned novels, I'd never picked up any by Jenkins Reid until ...

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Dollar Shave Club: A Woman's Perspective
Something I hate to buy is the necessities. Silly, I know. But it really pains me to buy things like toiletries. My mother-in-law seriously buys me shampoos and conditioners, and underwear (yes, truly), for Christmas every year and I couldn't love her for i...

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Book Review: The Lying Game by Ruth Ware
When I heard Ruth Ware was coming out with a new book, I think I may have literally jumped for joy. I absolutely loved both In a Dark, Dark Wood  and The Woman in Cabin 10 , so I thought I would absolutely love her newest novel, The Lying Game .  Just to be...

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How to Decorate for July Fourth Like an Adult
Decorating for the Fourth of July can be a thin line between looking like a children's gathering and a grown up event. Not that there's anything wrong with having a fun and over-the-top look (if that's your thing, totally go for it!), but sometimes you want...
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