Childhood Archive

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    Childhood vs. Adulthood – Which is better?

    Tweet Having the power to write your own rules is pretty awesome, but I gotta admit, adulthood sucks sometimes. You have to engage in all sorts of mundane activities┬ásuch as working, cleaning, and filing tax returns. Yuck! As a kid, I longed for the freedom […]

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  • What is ‘comfort food’?

    Tweet What is comfort food to you? For me, it’s foods I am familiar with from my childhood, or tasty things that make me feel all warm, fuzzy and satisfied when I eat them. Tartiflette is a comfort food for me — sliced potatoes covered […]

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  • Generational Poverty: What is your motivation to save?

    Tweet Stellar post by Revanche: Generational Poverty, and how she manages to ‘keep going’ in terms of saving money. Personally, I never want to go back to my college days. Working 80-100 hour weeks, school 40 hours a week, sleeping a few hours a night, […]

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  • Cooking & Gender: Men, Women & Stereotypes

    Tweet This’ll be a fast post. Why are women considered to be the ones who SHOULD cook in a household, but in a professional setting, there are more men who are chefs, than women? I’m an avid fan of Top Chef, Top Chef Masters… okay, […]

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  • What did you want to be when you were little?

    Tweet Alissa from The Corporate Chick asked me: When you were little, what did you want to be when you grew up? Completely opposite of what you do now? Hell to the yes. When I was little, I wanted to be a: teacher ballerina something […]

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