Monthly Archives: May 2007

When it comes to clothes (and shoes!), how much is Enough?

Thanks to my TV gig, and a wardrobe that was getting embarrassingly shabby, I’ve added to my clothing collection significantly this spring. I reorganized my closet the other day, and for the first time in a long while, I felt … Continue reading

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Good Eats

It’s Farmer’s Market season around here, which makes me think of fresh, local food. Thankfully, we have no shortage of amazing local eateries in and around Chapel Hill. I was just reading Mr. Sugar’s take on the Farm to Fork … Continue reading

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Down in the Dump

I’ve spent a little time at the Orange County dump in my day–mostly taking recycling or hazardous waste materials like paint, lawn chemicals and batteries that can’t just go in the trash. Today, I stood on the back of a … Continue reading

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The LBD Project

My friend Mary Beth just sent me this site and I love it. A woman in Seattle made a brown dress, and wore it every single day for a year. This was her attempt to “reject the economic system that … Continue reading

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Trying to live a life that is “Not So Big”

I’ve been a big fan of Sarah Susanka’s books (The Not So Big House, Creating the Not So Big House, Outside the Not So Big House, etc.) for some time. Today, I caught part of her interview with The State … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, to me

Today, Cinco de Mayo, I turned 37. Despite the rain and cool, not so springy temperatures in North Carolina, it turned out to be a glorious day of time with the kids, time spent by myself buying and planting herbs … Continue reading

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