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Angie Huang
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Hey guys, I need a bit of help: I'm slowly losing inspiration in my BuJo.. I started out loving the lax / freeform type of journaling/task tracking, but now it's become not too much more than a daily to-do list (which, maybe that's all it's meant to be). I have a system where most of my events go into google calendar and get retroactively added into my BuJo; this works for me because I keep an eye on a lot of events, but don't necessarily attend everything. I also use Wunderlist for collaborating on lists with friends, and Trello for vacation planning. Is it just that my system has too many components, and I just need to simplify? I feel like I have so much floating information/to-dos in my head, and the BuJo hasn't really been helping me keep on top of / track all of that, so I've been considering moving back to a traditional agenda. 

What do you guys think? Maybe you guys can help me streamline my system so I can get more out of my buju again..
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Hey +Sophie Gist I rarely, if ever, print the photos, but if I need to transfer them elsewhere (like for my blog) then I'll email them to me so I can save on my hard drive then upload to the media section of Wordpress.
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Someone please sanity check me - is there a way to turn OFF a reminder if one was accidentally set? I dont see it anywhere.. If i'm not crazy/blind, then having that option would be great :)
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Does not work, time stays still stamped, shows up in Cal with time. . 
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The Attic is super cute - it looks like a little beach bungalow. We went on a cold day, so the waitress graciously offered us blankets, since they hadn't set up the heat lamps. The service is a bit inconsistent - the table next to us had a super attentive and helpful waitress, while our table's waitress never checked up on us, and didn't tell us anything about the menu. Luckily we already knew what we wanted to order. The Shortrib poutine and the chicken pot pie were both AMAZING, but my boyfriend said his Catalina burger was a bit dry :( If you're there on a weekday morning, there are $3 mimosas!
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Timbuk2, oh Timbuk2, how could anyone dislike your locally-made ethics and your TSA friendly bags? Too bad you're located on a particularly trendy block in Hayes Valley, and thus are perpetually swarming with people. Granted, I came on a Saturday afternoon, which by all accounts is tourist-primetime, but everyone seemed to want to see everything (which means less sales-rep attention for me :( ). The sales reps are still as attentive as can be, though, and not pushy at all, which I really appreciate since I'd rather walk out than feel like my decision to purchase was somehow guilted on to me. Fun fact: The in-store display bags are stuffed with adorable blow-up pillows that highlight the city's best napping locations. It's a shame you're not allowed to take it with you, as I would have made ample use of the information (and the pillow as well!)
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
I came to Celebration Town Tavern at 9pm on a Wednesday after work, and there was no wait at all. Parking was a pain, since there's no lot - I had to street park 3 blocks away. Once we all arrived, the 5 of us were seated quickly by the friendly server. The drink selection is MASSIVE and very well priced - where in CA can you say that you got Lambic for less than $10?? I ordered the filet and lobster tail, and I must say, it did not disappoint at ALL! I was kind of skeptical of ordering lobster at a tavern, but I'm SO glad I did - it was melt-in-your-mouth delicious, especially dipped in the clarified butter that it's served with. The filet was perfectly medium rare, although my coworker who ordered the same thing said hers was overcooked. In terms of seasoning, the filet was a bit bland, which is where I docked the star. For $40+, I think the filet shouldn't taste like it's lacking. Overall, I liked Celebration Town Tavern VERY much, although next time, I'll probably just get two lobster tails ;)
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Anik, the woman who runs this salon, is SUCH a sweetheart. I showed up without an appointment (since I didn't think to call ahead), and she squeezed me in despite being fully booked! Then she offered me Armenian coffee, a selection of chocolate, and dates. Truly unbeatable service :) Since it's been a while since I've gotten my brows done, she first shaped my brows with tweezers, and then used thread to clean up the rest of my stray hairs. Every time she adjusted my brows, she checked with me to make sure that I liked how my brows were shaping up (hehe pun intended). Afterwards, she rubbed my brows with some sort of solution that stung a bit, but I think it was to sooth my skin after the threading. I haven't gotten any bumps or tiny scratches, like I have after getting threaded at other salons! It took about 10 or 15 minutes, so I was in and out all during my lunch break. Anik also does hair and makeup, and she let me know that if I wanted to see examples of her work, she has an instagram at @pamperparlour . **Make an appointment!** Cost: $15 | Parking: Tiny shared lot with the Pizza Hut next door. | Service: Sublime!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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When I opened my phone earlier today and (in the spirit of the rainy weather) typed "pho" into the search bar, I was not expecting to find this gem of a place. Coming first from Socal and the pho-filled mecca that is Anaheim / Westminster, and then from Norcal's little Saigon and San Jose, I honestly didn't think anything I could stumble upon would more than passably satiate my craving for piping hot pho. Enter Pho Viet Anh. Tucked unassumingly in a corner of what I, as a visitor to Seattle, can only guess from Google Maps's vague labeling is Lower Queen Anne, Pho Viet Anh houses literally the best beef broth that I have ever had. I ordered the spicy broth, and for the first time in my life, I didn't bother picking up the sriracha or hoisin sauce, even for dipping the beef. The broth is the perfect amount of kick to chase away the rainy day gloom, without overpowering the slightly sweet and lemongrassy finish. The portion of beef - Steak and Brisket, in my case - is quite generous (although the noodles/broth themselves are not, especially if you are used to the cavernous bowls that pho from Socal is served in). My only gripe with my meal is the special spring roll - the skin was way more gummy and sticky than I've ever seen it, and it fell apart as I was eating it. Granted, this may be due to my lack of proper spring-roll-eating experience (i.e. I don't think I've ever had a spring roll NOT fall apart on me as I was eating it), so I'm not docking any points for this one.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
The STAGE is such a quaint little place! Most of the seating is outdoors but it does look like there's a bit of indoor seating too. The service was excellent - there were 14 of us, and the server split the bill for all of our orders individually! I ordered the chicken marsala, and asked to swap out the linguini. The server, who was super helpful, recommended that I try the flash fried brussel sprouts (one of the more expensive sides), and was able to do it for free! The chicken was very most and tender, which was amazing because every other time I've ordered this dish, the chicken was dry. The grilled asparagus and brussel sprouts were delectable as well! My one complaint is that the service was a bit slow, but this is excusable to me as there seemed to only be 1 cook. Overall, I really liked the STAGE and will definitely be back to try their BBQ Skewer plates, and their hot stone filet mignon! Note: STAGE has a private parking lot, so you won't have to worry about finding street parking in crowded Downtown Burbank!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago